How many syllables are in fever? 2 syllables
Divide fever into syllables: fe-ver
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Synonyms and Words Related to Fever
fevered (2 syllables), fevering (3 syllables), fevers (2 syllables),
febricity (4 Syllables), feverishness (4 Syllables), pyrexia (4 Syllables)
ague (2 syllables), allergen (3 syllables), amok (2 syllables), anthrax (2 syllables), appendicitis (5 syllables), arthritis (3 syllables), blackleg (2 syllables), bladder (2 syllables), brucellosis (4 syllables), bunion (2 syllables), carbuncle (3 syllables), cholera (3 syllables), clinic (2 syllables), coccidioidomycosis (8 syllables), coccidiomycosis (7 syllables),
Two syllable words that rhyme with Fever
beaver, beever, biever, cheever, cleaver, deaver, dever, driever, fever, greever, griever, keever, leaver, leever, lever, reaver, reever, schriever, seaver, seever, siever, steever, stever, weaver, wever
Four syllable words that rhyme with Fever
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