How Many Syllables are in Handle | Divide Handle into Syllables

How many syllables are in handle? 2 syllables

Divide handle into syllables: han-dle

How to pronounce handle:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Handle

handles (2 syllables), address (2 Syllables), care (1 Syllables), cover (2 Syllables), deal (1 Syllables), deal (1 Syllables), do by (2 Syllables), grip (1 Syllables), handgrip (2 Syllables), hold (1 Syllables), manage (2 Syllables), palm (1 Syllables), plow (1 Syllables), treat (1 Syllables), treat (1 Syllables), wield (1 Syllables) address (2 syllables), alibi (3 syllables), appellation (4 syllables), arch (1 syllables), arch- (1 syllables), behave (2 syllables), broomstick (2 syllables), burl (1 syllables), care (1 syllables), chine (1 syllables), cognomen (3 syllables), condyle (2 syllables), deal (1 syllables), dominate (3 syllables), exert (2 syllables),

Three syllable words that rhyme with Handle

mishandle, vanhandel

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