retire

How many syllables in retire?

  983725146 syllables

Divide retire into syllables:   re-tire
Stressed syllable in retire:   re-tire
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Synonyms for retire


2 syllables
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    What rhymes with retire

    1 syllable
    • choir
    • eir
    • gire
    • lyre
    • pyre
    • sire
    • spire
    • squire
    • tire
    • tyre
    • dire
    • fire
    • hire
    • mire
    • quire
    • spiered
    • squier
    • swire
    • tyer
    • wire
    2 syllables
    • acquire
    • afire
    • attire
    • bemire
    • brier
    • catch fire
    • ceasefire
    • crier
    • cryer
    • drier
    • dyer
    • enquire
    • entire
    • eyer
    • flier's
    • flyer's
    • fox fire
    • frier
    • fryer
    • guyer
    • hang fire
    • higher
    • inspire
    • live wire
    • Meyer
    • on fire
    • plier
    • prior
    • rehire
    • rewire
    • sapphire
    • shier
    • snow tire
    • town crier
    • trier
    • umpire
    • admire
    • aspire
    • backfire
    • briar
    • buyer
    • cease-fire
    • conspire
    • cross fire
    • desire
    • dryer
    • dyers
    • enquired
    • expire
    • flier
    • flyer
    • for hire
    • friar
    • friers
    • Greek fire
    • guyers
    • hellfire
    • inquire
    • liar
    • Meier
    • misfire
    • perspire
    • prier
    • pryer
    • require
    • rimfire
    • sea fire
    • skier
    • spier
    • transpire
    • trip wire
    • watch fire
    3 syllables
    4 syllables
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