How Many Syllables are in Nearly | Divide Nearly into Syllables

How many syllables are in nearly? 2 syllables

Divide nearly into syllables: near-ly

How to pronounce nearly:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Nearly

about (2 Syllables), all but (2 Syllables), almost (2 Syllables), closely (2 Syllables), intimately (4 Syllables), just about (3 Syllables), most (1 Syllables), near (1 Syllables), nigh (1 Syllables), virtually (4 Syllables), well-nigh (2 Syllables) about (2 syllables), almost (2 syllables), closely (2 syllables), intimately (4 syllables), most (1 syllables), near (1 syllables), neighbourhood (3 syllables), nigh (1 syllables), noway (2 syllables), nowise (2 syllables), virtually (4 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Nearly

bierley, bierly, clearly, dearly, merely, myrlie, nearly, yearly

Three syllable words that rhyme with Nearly

austerely, severely, sincerely

Four syllable words that rhyme with Nearly


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