eat

How many syllables in eat?

  457621983 syllable

Divide eat into syllables:   eat
Syllable stress:   eat
How to pronounce eat:   eet
How to say eat:

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verb
  1. To consume food
  2. To put food in mouth, chew, and swallow
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Synonyms for eat


1 syllable
  • bolt
  • dine
  • feast
  • have
  • munch
  • taste
  • chomp
  • down
  • gorge
  • lunch
  • scoff
  • wolf
2 syllables
  • bother
  • consume
  • gobble
  • ingest
  • partake
  • worry
  • breakfast
  • devour
  • guzzle
  • nibble
  • swallow
3 syllables
  • have a meal
    What rhymes with eat

    1 syllable
    • beat
    • bleat
    • cleat
    • deet
    • feet
    • freet
    • gleet
    • grete
    • leet
    • meat
    • mete
    • neet
    • pete
    • seat
    • Skeat
    • sleet
    • street
    • sweet
    • teet
    • tweet
    • wheat
    • beet
    • cheat
    • Crete
    • feat
    • fleet
    • Geat
    • greet
    • heat
    • lied
    • meet
    • neat
    • peat
    • pleat
    • sheet
    • skeet
    • st
    • suite
    • teat
    • treat
    • weet
    2 syllables
    • amit
    • beat-up
    • complete
    • concrete
    • defeat
    • deplete
    • discrete
    • effete
    • excrete
    • lanete
    • mistreat
    • petite
    • receipt
    • replete
    • secrete
    • backseat
    • compete
    • conceit
    • deceit
    • delete
    • discreet
    • downbeat
    • elite
    • gamete
    • metecorn
    • offbeat
    • piet
    • repeat
    • retreat
    • unseat
    3 syllables
    4 syllables
      5 syllables
        6 syllables
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