How Many Syllables are in Discourse | Divide Discourse into Syllables

How many syllables are in discourse? 2 syllables

Divide discourse into syllables: dis-course

How to pronounce discourse:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Discourse

discourses (3 syllables), converse (2 Syllables), discuss (2 Syllables), discussion (3 Syllables), dissertate (3 Syllables), preaching (2 Syllables), sermon (2 Syllables), talk about (3 Syllables), treatment (2 Syllables) apercu (3 syllables), causerie (3 syllables), chin (1 syllables), colloquy (3 syllables), conversation (4 syllables), converse (2 syllables), criticize (3 syllables), discuss (2 syllables), discussion (3 syllables), dissertate (3 syllables), dissertation (4 syllables), elocution (4 syllables), etude (2 syllables), expound (2 syllables), harangue (2 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Discourse

discourse

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