How Many Syllables are in Senior | Divide Senior into Syllables

How many syllables are in senior? 2 syllables

Divide senior into syllables: sen-ior

How to pronounce senior:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Senior

seniors (2 syllables), aged (2 Syllables), elder (2 Syllables), elder (2 Syllables), elderly (3 Syllables), higher-ranking (4 Syllables), major(ip) (3 Syllables), old (1 Syllables), older (2 Syllables), precedential (4 Syllables), ranking(a) (3 Syllables), sr. (2 Syllables), superior (4 Syllables) aged (2 syllables), cadet (2 syllables), captain (2 syllables), elder (2 syllables), elderly (3 syllables), highschool (2 syllables), midshipman (3 syllables), older (2 syllables), oldster (2 syllables), precedential (4 syllables), seniority (4 syllables), sr (2 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Senior

senior, sr

Three syllable words that rhyme with Senior

monsignor, msgr

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