How Many Syllables are in Striking | Divide Striking into Syllables

How many syllables are in striking? 2 syllables

Divide striking into syllables: strik-ing

How to pronounce striking:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Striking

strikingly (3 syllables), conspicuous (4 Syllables), contact (2 Syllables), dramatic (3 Syllables), hit (1 Syllables), hitting (2 Syllables), impinging (3 Syllables), impressive (3 Syllables), obvious (3 Syllables), outstanding (3 Syllables), prominent (3 Syllables), salient (3 Syllables), spectacular (4 Syllables) contact (2 syllables), deletion (3 syllables), dramatic (3 syllables), hit (1 syllables), hitting (2 syllables), impinging (3 syllables), outstanding (3 syllables), prominent (3 syllables), salient (3 syllables), spectacular (4 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Striking

biking, hiking, liking, spiking, striking, viking

Three syllable words that rhyme with Striking


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