treat

How many syllables in treat?

  971862345 syllable

Divide treat into syllables:   treat
Syllable stress:   treat
How to pronounce treat:   treet
How to say treat:

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Synonyms for treat


1 syllable
  • cure
  • heal
  • use
  • feast
  • nurse
2 syllables
  • care for
  • delight
  • do by
  • extra
  • pamper
  • pleasure
  • regard
  • talk of
  • tidbit
  • deal with
  • discuss
  • doctor
  • handle
  • pay for
  • process
  • take up
  • think of
  • touch on
3 syllables
  • act toward
  • consider
  • go into
  • luxury
  • remedy
  • talk about
  • clarify
  • frippery
  • indulgence
  • pay the bill
  • take care of
  • talk over
4 syllables
  • be concerned with
  • delicacy
  • minister to
  • pick up the tab
  • behave toward
  • extravagance
  • pick up the check
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What rhymes with treat

1 syllable
  • beat
  • bleat
  • cleat
  • deet
  • feat
  • fleet
  • Geat
  • greet
  • heat
  • lied
  • meet
  • neat
  • peat
  • pleat
  • sheet
  • skeet
  • st
  • suite
  • teat
  • tweet
  • wheat
  • beet
  • cheat
  • Crete
  • eat
  • feet
  • freet
  • gleet
  • grete
  • leet
  • meat
  • mete
  • neet
  • pete
  • seat
  • Skeat
  • sleet
  • street
  • sweet
  • teet
  • 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
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    5 syllables
      6 syllables
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