How Many Syllables are in Story | Divide Story into Syllables

How many syllables are in story? 2 syllables

Divide story into syllables: sto-ry

How to pronounce story:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Story

storying (3 syllables), tory (2 syllables), account (2 Syllables), chronicle (3 Syllables), fib (1 Syllables), floor (1 Syllables), history (3 Syllables), level (2 Syllables), narration (3 Syllables), narrative (3 Syllables), news report (3 Syllables), report (2 Syllables), storey (2 Syllables), tale (1 Syllables), taradiddle (4 Syllables), tarradiddle (4 Syllables), write up (2 Syllables) account (2 syllables), alibi (3 syllables), allegory (4 syllables), another (3 syllables), banner (2 syllables), biography (4 syllables), bullshit (2 syllables), chronicle (3 syllables), clerestory (3 syllables), cloak (1 syllables), colors (2 syllables), cover-up (3 syllables), exaggeration (5 syllables), fable (2 syllables), fabrication (4 syllables),

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