How Many Syllables are in Fright | Divide Fright into Syllables

How many syllables are in fright? 1 syllable

Divide fright into syllables: fright

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Synonyms and Words Related to Fright

frighted (2 syllables), frighting (2 syllables), frights (1 syllables), affright (2 Syllables), fear (1 Syllables), fearfulness (3 Syllables), frighten (2 Syllables), scare (1 Syllables) affright (2 syllables), consternation (4 syllables), daunted (2 syllables), deface (2 syllables), disfigure (3 syllables), eyesore (2 syllables), fear (1 syllables), fearfulness (3 syllables), frighten (2 syllables), frightened (2 syllables), gargoyle (2 syllables), hag (1 syllables), harridan (3 syllables), horripilate (4 syllables), nerves (1 syllables),

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