How Many Syllables are in Horror | Divide Horror into Syllables

How many syllables are in horror? 2 syllables

Divide horror into syllables: hor-ror

How to pronounce horror:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Horror

horrors (2 syllables), repugnance (3 Syllables), repulsion (3 Syllables), revulsion (3 Syllables) blanched (1 syllables), bogey (2 syllables), bogeyman (3 syllables), cinema (3 syllables), consternation (4 syllables), cowed (1 syllables), disgust (2 syllables), dracula (3 syllables), frankenstein (3 syllables), fright (1 syllables), hobgoblin (3 syllables), horrified (3 syllables), horror-stricken (4 syllables), horror-struck (3 syllables), newsreel (2 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Horror

bohrer, borer, corer, dorer, florer, horror, maurer, mourer, mowrer, pourer, rhorer, roarer, rohrer, rorer, scorer, sorer, sporer, storer

Three syllable words that rhyme with Horror

adorer, explorer, restorer

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