How many syllables are in exotic? 3 syllables
Divide exotic into syllables: ex-ot-ic
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Synonyms and Words Related to Exotic
exotics (3 syllables),
alien (2 Syllables), foreign (2 Syllables), strange (1 Syllables), unusual (4 Syllables)
alien (2 syllables), asunder (3 syllables), barbarian (4 syllables), colorful (3 syllables), conjurer (3 syllables), dicotyledon (5 syllables), ecdysiast (4 syllables), exterior (4 syllables), external (3 syllables), extraneous (4 syllables), extraterrestrial (6 syllables), extrinsic (3 syllables), far (1 syllables), faraway (3 syllables), foreign (2 syllables),
Three syllable words that rhyme with Exotic
aquatic, biotic, chaotic, despotic, erotic, exotic, hypnotic, narcotic, neurotic, psychotic, quixotic, robotic
Four syllable words that rhyme with Exotic
astronautic, idiotic, patriotic, semiotic, symbiotic
Five syllable words that rhyme with Exotic
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