desecrate

How many syllables in desecrate?

  597231468 syllables

Divide desecrate into syllables:   des-e-crate
Stressed syllable in desecrate:   des-e-crate
How to pronounce desecrate:   des-i-kreyt
How to say desecrate:

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Synonyms for desecrate


1 syllable
  • waste
    2 syllables
    • blaspheme
    • defile
    • insult
    • damage
    • despoil
    • outrage
    3 syllables
    7 syllables
    • commit sacrilege against
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      What rhymes with desecrate

      1 syllable
      • ate
      • bate
      • chait
      • date
      • est
      • fate
      • frate
      • gait
      • grate
      • hait
      • Kate
      • mate
      • pate
      • plate
      • rate
      • skate
      • spate
      • state
      • strait
      • streight
      • Tate
      • wait
      • bait
      • cate
      • crate
      • eight
      • fait
      • fete
      • freight
      • gate
      • great
      • hate
      • late
      • mate's
      • plait
      • prate
      • sate
      • slate
      • speight
      • straight
      • strate
      • tait
      • trait
      • weigh
      2 syllables
      • abate
      • belate
      • collate
      • create
      • deflate
      • dilate
      • equate
      • inflate
      • irate
      • lightweight
      • negate
      • ornate
      • predate
      • reflate
      • restate
      • translate
      • upstate
      • await
      • berate
      • conflate
      • debate
      • dictate
      • elate
      • estate
      • innate
      • Kuwait
      • misstate
      • oblate
      • postdate
      • prorate
      • relate
      • sedate
      • update
      3 syllables
      4 syllables
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