dire

How many syllables in dire?

  521493867 syllable

Divide dire into syllables:   dire
Syllable stress:   dire
How to pronounce dire:   dire
How to say dire:

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Synonyms for dire


1 syllable
  • bad
  • grave
2 syllables
  • awful
  • fearful
  • painful
  • drastic
  • grievous
3 syllables
    4 syllables
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      What rhymes with dire

      1 syllable
      • choir
      • fire
      • gyre
      • ire
      • mire
      • quire
      • spiered
      • squier
      • swire
      • tire
      • tyre
      • eir
      • gire
      • hire
      • lyre
      • pyre
      • sire
      • spire
      • squire
      • tier
      • tyer
      • wire
      2 syllables
      • acquire
      • afire
      • attire
      • brier
      • cease-fire
      • conspire
      • cryer
      • drier
      • dyer
      • enquire
      • entire
      • eyer
      • flier's
      • flyer's
      • frier
      • fryer
      • guyers
      • inquire
      • liar
      • Meyer
      • perspire
      • prier
      • pryer
      • require
      • rewire
      • skier
      • transpire
      • admire
      • aspire
      • briar
      • buyer
      • ceasefire
      • crier
      • desire
      • dryer
      • dyers
      • enquired
      • expire
      • flier
      • flyer
      • friar
      • friers
      • guyer
      • higher
      • inspire
      • Meier
      • misfire
      • plier
      • prior
      • rehire
      • retire
      • shier
      • spier
      • trier
      3 syllables
      • denier
      • hireable
      • reacquire
      4 syllables
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