cle


cle
cle·chée;
cle·oid;
cle·o·me;
cle·o·nus;
cle·o·pat·ra;
cle·ri·ci;
cle·ro·den·dron;
cle·ro·den·drum;
cle·ro·man·cy;
cle·ruch;
cle·ru·chy;
cle·rus;
cle·thra;
cle·thra·ce·ae;
cle·ve's;
col·li·cle;
con·cep·ta·cle;
con·i·cle;
cor·a·cle;
cor·ni·cle;
cor·pus·cle;
cu·bi·cle;
cur·ri·cle;
cu·ti·cle;
cy·cle·car;
dam·o·cle·an;
de·ba·cle;
den·ti·cle;
di·a·cle;
di·cy·cle;
di·ver·ti·cle;
ec·cle;
ec·cle·sia;
ec·cle·si·arch;
ec·cle·si·ast;
ec·cle·si·as·tic;
ec·cle·si·as·ti·cal;
ec·cle·si·as·ti·cism;
ec·cle·si·ast·ry;
ec·cle·si·ol·a·try;
ec·cle·si·o·log·i·cal;
ec·cle·si·ol·o·gist;
ec·cle·si·ol·o·gy;
ec·cy·cle·ma;
en·cir·cle·ment;
ep·i·cle·sis;
ep·i·cy·cle;
eu·cle·i·dae;
fas·ci·cle;
fin-de-siè·cle;
fol·li·cle;
fu·ni·cle;
fu·run·cle;
go·cle·ni·an;
hemi·cy·cle;
her·a·cle·an;
her·a·cle·um;
het·ero·cy·cle;
hi·ber·na·cle;
ici·cle;
in·ter·oper·cle;
kilo·cy·cle;
len·ti·cle;
ma·cle;
mas·cle;
mir·a·cle;
mon·o·cle;
mono·nu·cle·o·sis;
mon·ti·cle;
mus·cle·less;
nu·cle·al;
nu·cle·ar;
nu·cle·ase;
nu·cle·a·tion;
nu·cle·a·tor;
nu·cle·ic;
nu·cle·in;
nu·cle·in·ation;
nu·cle·og·o·ny;
nu·cle·o·lar;
nu·cle·o·lat·ed;
nu·cle·ole;
nu·cle·o·li·nus;
nu·cle·o·lo·centrosome;
nu·cle·o·loid;
nu·cle·o·lus;
nu·cle·ol·y·sis;
nu·cle·ome;
nu·cle·om·e·ter;
nu·cle·on·ics;
nu·cle·o·phil·ic;
nu·cle·o·plasm;
nu·cle·o·sid·ase;
nu·cle·o·side;
nu·cle·o·tid·ase;
nu·cle·o·tide;
nu·cle·us;
nun·cle;
oper·cle;
os·si·cle;
pan·i·cle;
par·ti·cle;
ped·i·cle;
pe·dun·cle;
pel·li·cle;
pen·di·cle;
pen·ta·cle;
per·i·cle·an;
pi·a·cle;
poly·nu·cle·o·sis;
ptero·cle·tes;
rad·i·cle;
rau·cle;
re·cep·ta·cle;
rem·i·cle;
ret·i·cle;
ri·bo·nu·cle·ase;
ri·bo·nu·cle·ate;
ri·bo·nu·cle·ic;
san·i·cle;
se·cle;
sil·i·cle;
si·phun·cle;
soph·o·cle·an;
spec·ta·cle;
spec·ta·cle·less;
spi·ra·cle;
spi·ri·cle;
ten·a·cle;
ten·ta·cle;
tes·ti·cle;
trab·e·cle;
tu·ber·cle;
tu·ni·cle;
un·cle·hood;
un·cle·ship;
uni·cy·cle;
utri·cle;
ve·hi·cle;
ven·tri·cle;
ver·mi·cle;
ver·ni·cle;
ver·si·cle;
ves·i·cle;
vi·bra·ti·un·cle;
cy·cle·ry;
de·nu·cle·ar·ize;
ec·cle·si·al;
Ex·er·cy·cle;
nu·cle·o·lo·ne·ma;
ar·ti·cle;
as·cle·pi·ad;
as·cle·pi·a·de·an;
bi·cy·cle;
bin·na·cle;
chron·i·cle;
cir·cle;
con·ven·ti·cle;
cy·cle;
em·ped·o·cle·an;
eu·cle·id;
her·a·cle·o·pol·i·tan;
man·a·cle;
nu·cle·ate;
nu·cle·oid;
nu·cle·on;
ob·sta·cle;
or·a·cle;
pin·na·cle;
quad·ri·cy·cle;
sar·cle;
tab·er·na·cle;
trea·cle;
tri·cy·cle;
un·cle;
an·te·o·per·cle;
as·cle·pi·a·da·ceous;
bou·cle;
cle·ché;
cle·ru·chi·al;
cle·ru·chic;
cre·pus·cle;
de·nu·cle·ar·iza·tion;
ec·cle·si·as·ti·cal·ly;
ec·cle·si·o·log·ic;
ec·cle·si·o·log·i·cal·ly;
her·a·cle·op·o·lite;
nu·cle·o·late;
nu·cle·o·lo·neme;
nu·cle·on·ic;
nu·cle·o·plas·mat·ic;
nu·cle·o·plas·mic;
on·o·cle·oid;
opus·cle;

English syllables. 2014.

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