How Many Syllables are in Expectation | Divide Expectation into Syllables

How many syllables are in expectation? 4 syllables

Divide expectation into syllables: ex-pec-ta-tion

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Synonyms and Words Related to Expectation

expectations (4 syllables), anticipation (5 Syllables), arithmetic mean (5 Syllables), expected value (4 Syllables), first moment (3 Syllables), outlook (2 Syllables), prospect (2 Syllables) anticipation (5 syllables), bafflement (3 syllables), balk (1 syllables), bilk (1 syllables), buffet (2 syllables), comedown (2 syllables), confidence (3 syllables), conviction (3 syllables), defeat (2 syllables), determinism (4 syllables), disappoint (3 syllables), discomfiture (4 syllables), disillusion (4 syllables), disillusionment (5 syllables), dissatisfaction (5 syllables),

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