How Many Syllables are in Disabled | Divide Disabled into Syllables

How many syllables are in disabled? 3 syllables

Divide disabled into syllables: dis-a-bled

How to pronounce disabled:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Disabled

handicapped (3 Syllables), hors de combat (4 Syllables), incapacitated (6 Syllables), injured (2 Syllables), out of action (4 Syllables), unfit (2 Syllables) castrated (3 syllables), crippled (2 syllables), decrepit (3 syllables), disqualified (4 syllables), emasculated (5 syllables), enervated (4 syllables), enfeebled (2 syllables), fatigued (2 syllables), handicapped (3 syllables), helpless (2 syllables), impotent (3 syllables), incapacitated (6 syllables), injured (2 syllables), invalidated (5 syllables), lame (1 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Disabled

abled, cabled, fabled, gabled, labeled, labelled, tabled

Three syllable words that rhyme with Disabled

disabled, enabled, mislabeled, unlabeled

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