chauffeur

How many syllables in chauffeur?

  357629481 syllables

Divide chauffeur into syllables:   chauf-feur
Primary syllable stress:   chauf-feur
Secondary syllable stress:   chauf-feur
How to say chauffeur:

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Synonyms for chauffeur


1 syllable
  • drive
  • take
  • run
2 syllables
    6 syllables
    • give somebody a ride
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      What rhymes with chauffeur

      1 syllable
      • birr
      • blur's
      • burr
      • der
      • err
      • fer
      • fleur
      • gurr
      • mer
      • myrrh
      • pere
      • purr
      • shirr
      • Sir
      • spur
      • stir
      • ter
      • we're
      • whir
      • blur
      • bur
      • cur
      • durr
      • eure
      • fir
      • fur
      • her
      • murr
      • per
      • pur
      • sher
      • shor
      • slur
      • spurr
      • sur
      • Ur
      • were
      2 syllables
      • abjure
      • as per
      • auteur
      • bestir
      • Bonheur
      • claqueur
      • concur
      • danseur
      • demur
      • douceur
      • farceur
      • flaneur
      • frondeur
      • gopher
      • incur
      • inter
      • larkspur
      • loafer
      • masseur
      • occur
      • Pasteur
      • prefer
      • refer
      • sandspur
      • sofer
      • transfer's
      • white fir
      • adjure
      • astir
      • aver
      • Big Sur
      • chasseur
      • coiffeur
      • confer
      • defer
      • deter
      • du jour
      • firca
      • fleuret
      • gofer
      • hauteur
      • infer
      • jongleur
      • liqueur
      • longspur
      • monsieur
      • Ophir
      • poseur
      • recur
      • sandbur
      • seigneur
      • transfer
      • voyeur
      3 syllables
      4 syllables
      6 syllables
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