How Many Syllables are in Perception | Divide Perception into Syllables

How many syllables are in perception? 3 syllables

Divide perception into syllables: per-cep-tion

How to pronounce perception:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Perception

perceptions (3 syllables), percept (2 Syllables), perceptual experience (8 Syllables), sensing (2 Syllables) beholding (3 syllables), clairvoyance (3 syllables), esp (1 syllables), intuition (4 syllables), odor (2 syllables), odour (2 syllables), percept (2 syllables), seeing (2 syllables), sensing (2 syllables), smell (1 syllables), tactility (4 syllables), taste (1 syllables),

Three syllable words that rhyme with Perception

conception, deception, exception, inception, perception, reception

Four syllable words that rhyme with Perception

contraception, interception, misconception, misperception, preconception, self-deception

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