act

How many syllables in act?

  259386417 syllable

Divide act into syllables:   act
Syllable stress:   act
How to pronounce act:   akt
How to say act:

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Synonyms for act


1 syllable
  • bill
  • deed
  • fake
  • feign
  • law
  • serve
  • show
  • work
  • con
  • do
  • feat
  • feint
  • play
  • sham
  • stage
2 syllables
  • act out
  • affect
  • be in
  • decree
  • edict
  • function
  • perform
  • play-act
  • pretense
  • put-on
  • take steps
  • action
  • appear
  • behave
  • doing
  • exploit
  • measure
  • play in
  • pretend
  • proceed
  • statute
3 syllables
  • accomplish
  • appear in
  • do its stuff
  • enactment
  • operate
  • play a part
  • put it on
  • take effect
  • achievement
  • be active
  • do something
  • ham it up
  • performance
  • play a role
  • take action
4 syllables
  • accomplishment
  • comport yourself
  • discharge duty
  • put on an act
  • acquit yourself
  • conduct yourself
  • operation
  • undertaking
5 syllables
  • produce a result
  • produce an effect
6 syllables
  • piece of legislation
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    What rhymes with act

    1 syllable
    • backed
    • bract
    • fact
    • jacked
    • packed
    • racked
    • slacked
    • stacked
    • tact
    • tract
    • blacked
    • cracked
    • hacked
    • lacked
    • pact
    • sacked
    • smacked
    • tacked
    • tracked
    • whacked
    2 syllables
    • abstract
    • attract
    • contract
    • diffract
    • enact
    • extract
    • intact
    • react
    • repacked
    • sacken
    • transact
    • attacked
    • compact
    • detract
    • distract
    • exact
    • impact
    • protract
    • redact
    • retract
    • subtract
    • unpacked
    3 syllables
    • inexact
    • reenact
    4 syllables
    6 syllables
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