How Many Syllables are in Pledge | Divide Pledge into Syllables

How many syllables are in pledge? 1 syllable

Divide pledge into syllables: pledge

How to pronounce pledge:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Pledge

pledges (2 syllables), assurance (3 Syllables), drink (1 Syllables), plight (1 Syllables), salute (3 Syllables), subscribe (2 Syllables), toast (1 Syllables), toast (1 Syllables), wassail (2 Syllables) assurance (3 syllables), bail (1 syllables), dedicate (3 syllables), drink (1 syllables), escrow (2 syllables), fiduciary (5 syllables), hostage (2 syllables), lien (1 syllables), mortgage (2 syllables), obligate (3 syllables), plight (1 syllables), salute (3 syllables), subscribe (2 syllables), toast (1 syllables), wassail (2 syllables),

One syllable words that rhyme with Pledge

dredge, edge, fledge, hedge, ledge, pledge, rehg, sedge, sege, sledge, wedge

Two syllable words that rhyme with Pledge

alldredge, allege, eldredge

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