How Many Syllables are in Lightly | Divide Lightly into Syllables

How many syllables are in lightly? 2 syllables

Divide lightly into syllables: light-ly

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Synonyms and Words Related to Lightly

gently (2 Syllables), light (1 Syllables), softly (2 Syllables), thinly (2 Syllables) armored (2 syllables), armoured (2 syllables), barely (2 syllables), cold-shoulder (3 syllables), effortlessly (4 syllables), gently (2 syllables), gladly (2 syllables), imperfectly (4 syllables), inadvertently (5 syllables), insignificantly (6 syllables), joyfully (3 syllables), lambent (2 syllables), minimally (4 syllables), softly (2 syllables), thinly (2 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Lightly

brightly, knightly, lightly, nightly, rightly, slightly, sprightly, stitely, tightly, whiteley, whitely

Three syllable words that rhyme with Lightly

forthrightly, politely, unsightly

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