How Many Syllables are in Regime | Divide Regime into Syllables

How many syllables are in regime? 2 syllables

Divide regime into syllables: re-gime

How to pronounce regime:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Regime

regimes (2 syllables), authorities (4 Syllables), government (3 Syllables), regimen (3 Syllables) age (1 syllables), antiquity (4 syllables), atavism (3 syllables), authorities (4 syllables), dietetics (4 syllables), government (3 syllables), inveteracy (5 syllables), regimen (3 syllables),

One syllable words that rhyme with Regime

beahm, beam, beem, bleam, bream, cream, creme, deam, deem, diehm, diem, dream, gleam, gleim, greim, grieme, keim, liem, priem, ream, reim, rheem, riehm, scheme, scream, seam, seem, siem, steam, stream, team, teem, theme, thiem, thieme, ziehm

Three syllable words that rhyme with Regime

haradim, ibrahim, sarofim, sephardim

Four syllable words that rhyme with Regime

chromakalim, hapoalim

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