need

How many syllables in need?

  827593146 syllable

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

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Synonyms for need


1 syllable
  • crave
  • drive
  • must
  • should
  • dearth
  • lack
  • ought
  • want
2 syllables
  • basic
  • demand
  • hardship
  • hunger
  • call for
  • desire
  • have to
  • require
3 syllables
  • could do with
  • essential
  • indigence
  • penury
  • requirement
4 syllables
6 syllables
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    What rhymes with need

    1 syllable
    • bead
    • bleed
    • breed
    • creed
    • deed
    • freed
    • Gide
    • greed
    • heed
    • knead
    • lead
    • mead
    • Meade
    • meed
    • plead
    • rede
    • Reid
    • seed
    • skied
    • speed
    • Swede
    • teed
    • tweed
    • weed
    • Bede
    • brede
    • cede
    • dede
    • feed
    • fried
    • gleed
    • he'd
    • keyed
    • kneed
    • leed
    • Mead
    • Mede
    • peed
    • read
    • reed
    • screed
    • she'd
    • Snead
    • steed
    • swede
    • treed
    • we'd
    • wied
    2 syllables
    • accede
    • concede
    • degreed
    • exceed
    • indeed
    • misdeed
    • misread
    • precede
    • recede
    • reseed
    • stampede
    • teedle
    • agreed
    • decreed
    • elide
    • impede
    • lipide
    • mislead
    • peeing
    • proceed
    • reread
    • secede
    • succeed
    3 syllables
    4 syllables
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