fid


fid
fid·dle·dee·dee;
fid·dler;
fid·dley;
fid·get·er;
fid·get·i·ness;
fid·get·ing·ly;
fid·gety;
fid;
fid·ia;
fid·i·bus;
mul·ti·fid;
palmat·i·fid;
per·fid·i·ous;
per·fid·i·ous·ly;
per·fid·i·ous·ness;
pin·nat·i·fid;
quad·ri·fid;
soli·fid·i·an;
soli·fid·i·an·ism;
sul·fid·ic;
tri·fid;
fid·dly;
fid·dle;
fid·dle-fad·dle;
fid·get;
nul·li·fid·i·an;
bi·fid·i·ty;
bi·fid·ly;
con·fid·ing·ly;
con·fid·ing·ness;
fid·dle-fad·dler;
gi·raf·fid;
mul·ti·fid·ly;
pin·nat·i·fid·ly;

English syllables. 2014.

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