How Many Syllables are in Instruct | Divide Instruct into Syllables

How many syllables are in instruct? 2 syllables

Divide instruct into syllables: in-struct

How to pronounce instruct:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Instruct

instructed (3 syllables), instructing (3 syllables), instructs (2 syllables), apprise (2 Syllables), apprize (2 Syllables), learn (1 Syllables), teach (1 Syllables) apprise (2 syllables), apprize (2 syllables), indoctrinate (4 syllables), kibitz (2 syllables), learn (1 syllables), moldable (3 syllables), teach (1 syllables),

One syllable words that rhyme with Instruct

bucked, chucked, ducked, duct, fucked, lucht, lucked, plucked, shucked, sucked, trucked, tucked

Two syllable words that rhyme with Instruct

abduct, adduct, conduct, construct, deduct, destruct, induct, instruct, obstruct

Three syllable words that rhyme with Instruct

deconstruct, reconstruct

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