How Many Syllables are in Player | Divide Player into Syllables

How many syllables are in player? 2 syllables

Divide player into syllables: play-er

How to pronounce player:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Player

players (1 syllables), actor (2 Syllables), histrion (3 Syllables), instrumentalist (5 Syllables), musician (3 Syllables), participant (4 Syllables), role player (3 Syllables), thespian (3 Syllables) actor (2 syllables), athlete (2 syllables), ballplayer (3 syllables), basketeer (3 syllables), bettor (2 syllables), cager (2 syllables), catcher (2 syllables), exhibitionist (5 syllables), faker (2 syllables), flautist (2 syllables), flutist (2 syllables), footballer (3 syllables), fraud (1 syllables), fullback (2 syllables), gambler (2 syllables),

Three syllable words that rhyme with Player

assayer, conveyer, conveyor, doomsayer, mcbrayer, naysayer, purveyor, sauter, soothsayer, surveyor

Four syllable words that rhyme with Player


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