shade

How many syllables in shade?

  418329657 syllable

Divide shade into syllables:   shade
Syllable stress:   shade
How to pronounce shade:   sheyd
How to say shade:

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Synonyms for shade


1 syllable
  • dark
  • hatch
  • murk
  • tinge
  • gloom
  • hue
  • note
  • tint
2 syllables
  • color
  • shadows
  • nuance
  • visor
3 syllables
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What rhymes with shade

1 syllable
  • Ade
  • aide
  • bayed
  • braid
  • cade
  • dade
  • fayed
  • frayed
  • glade
  • grayed
  • jade
  • laid
  • maid
  • payed
  • prayed
  • raid
  • schade
  • slae
  • spaid
  • sprayed
  • staid
  • strayed
  • swayed
  • trade
  • waid
  • aid
  • bade
  • blade
  • brayed
  • clade
  • fade
  • flayed
  • gade
  • grade
  • hade
  • lade
  • made
  • paid
  • played
  • preyed
  • rayed
  • slade
  • spade
  • spayed
  • stade
  • stayed
  • suede
  • they'd
  • wade
  • weighed
2 syllables
  • abrade
  • allayed
  • arrayed
  • blockade
  • brocade
  • charade
  • conveyed
  • crusade
  • decayed
  • delayed
  • displayed
  • downgrade
  • forbade
  • grenade
  • home-made
  • invade
  • mislaid
  • okayed
  • parade
  • pervade
  • prepaid
  • repaid
  • sauteed
  • spadebone
  • surveyed
  • unmade
  • unswayed
  • afraid
  • arcade
  • betrayed
  • brigade
  • cascade
  • cliched
  • crocheted
  • decade
  • degrade
  • dismayed
  • dissuade
  • evade
  • granade
  • handmade
  • homemade
  • manmade
  • obeyed
  • outweighed
  • persuade
  • portrayed
  • remade
  • replayed
  • sayed
  • sueded
  • tirade
  • unpaid
  • upgrade
3 syllables
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