How Many Syllables are in Rapt | Divide Rapt into Syllables

How many syllables are in rapt? 1 syllable

Divide rapt into syllables: rapt

How to pronounce rapt:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Rapt

raptly (2 syllables), absorbed (2 Syllables), attentive (3 Syllables), captive (2 Syllables), engrossed (2 Syllables), enraptured (3 Syllables), enwrapped (2 Syllables), intent (2 Syllables), moved(p) (2 Syllables), wrapped (1 Syllables) absorbed (2 syllables), attentive (3 syllables), captive (2 syllables), caught (1 syllables), engrossed (2 syllables), enraptured (3 syllables), enwrapped (2 syllables), intent (2 syllables), wrapped (1 syllables),

One syllable words that rhyme with Rapt

apt, capped, clapped, flapped, kept, lapped, mapped, napped, rapped, rapt, sapped, scrapped, slapped, snapped, strapped, tapped, trapped, wrapped, zapped

Two syllable words that rhyme with Rapt

adapt, entrapped, recapped, untapped, unwrapped

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