very

How many syllables in very?

  645273918 syllables

Divide very into syllables:   ver-y
Stressed syllable in very:   ver-y
How to pronounce very:   ver-ee
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Synonyms for very


1 syllable
  • quite
  • too
  • well
  • same
  • we'll
2 syllables
  • exact
  • highly
  • precise
  • real
  • selfsame
  • ultra
  • extra
  • madly
  • rather
  • self-same
  • truly
  • vastly
3 syllables
4 syllables
5 syllables
6 syllables
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    What rhymes with very

    1 syllable
    • barre
    • jere
    2 syllables
    • aerie
    • ary
    • Barry
    • berry
    • Carey
    • Carie
    • carry
    • cherie
    • clary
    • derry
    • eyrie
    • ferri
    • frary
    • Gary
    • Gerry
    • glairy
    • hairy
    • Jerry
    • kerry
    • lary
    • marryer
    • merry
    • parry
    • Perry
    • quaere
    • query
    • serry
    • sherri
    • skerry
    • stary
    • tarry
    • terrie
    • Terry
    • wary
    • airy
    • Barrie
    • Berri
    • bury
    • carey
    • carrie
    • chary
    • cherry
    • dairy
    • Derry
    • fairy
    • ferry
    • garry
    • Gerri
    • gery
    • glary
    • Harry
    • jerry
    • larry
    • marry
    • Mary
    • nary
    • perry
    • prairie
    • querry
    • scary
    • Shari
    • sherry
    • Sperry
    • stases
    • terri
    • terry
    • vary
    • wherry
    3 syllables
    • canary
    • contrary
    • glengarry
    • metairie
    • remarry
    • canary's
    • faerie
    • Guarneri
    • parrying
    • unwary
    4 syllables
    5 syllables
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