How Many Syllables are in Floor | Divide Floor into Syllables

How many syllables are in floor? 1 syllable

Divide floor into syllables: floor

How to pronounce floor:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Floor

floored (1 syllables), flooring (2 syllables), floors (1 syllables), ball over (3 Syllables), base (1 Syllables), blow out of the water (6 Syllables), coldcock (2 Syllables), deck (1 Syllables), dump (1 Syllables), flooring (2 Syllables), knock down (2 Syllables), shock (1 Syllables), storey (2 Syllables), story (2 Syllables), stun (1 Syllables), take aback (3 Syllables), trading floor (3 Syllables) amaze (2 syllables), amex (2 syllables), apron (2 syllables), assemblyman (4 syllables), astound (2 syllables), backstage (2 syllables), balcony (3 syllables), ballroom (2 syllables), bamboozle (3 syllables), bandstand (2 syllables), base (1 syllables), below (2 syllables), blacktop (2 syllables), boards (1 syllables), boatswain (2 syllables),

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