How Many Syllables are in Plane | Divide Plane into Syllables

How many syllables are in plane? 1 syllable

Divide plane into syllables: plane

How to pronounce plane:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Plane

planes (1 syllables), aeroplane (3 Syllables), airplane (2 Syllables), carpenter's plane (4 Syllables), even (2 Syllables), flat (1 Syllables), level (2 Syllables), planer (2 Syllables), planing machine (4 Syllables), shave (1 Syllables), sheet (1 Syllables), skim (1 Syllables), woodworking plane (4 Syllables) aeroplane (3 syllables), airplane (2 syllables), bandit (2 syllables), blowtorch (2 syllables), bogey (2 syllables), bullnose (2 syllables), buttonwood (3 syllables), chopper (2 syllables), chronometer (4 syllables), easy-going (4 syllables), eggbeater (3 syllables), even (2 syllables), flat (1 syllables), floatplane (2 syllables), glabrous (2 syllables),

Four syllable words that rhyme with Plane


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