## How many syllables in Symmetric?

symmetric has 3 syllables

symmetric has 3 syllables

sym-met-ric

Symmetric means having the same shape, size, and position on both sides of a dividing line or central point.

There are three syllables in the word symmetric. The first syllable 'sym' has a vowel 'y' and two consonants 's' and 'm'. The second syllable 'me' has two vowels 'e' and 'e'. The third syllable 'tric' has a vowel 'i' and three consonants 't', 'r', and 'c'.

The butterfly's wings were symmetric in shape and color.

- The snowflake had a symmetric design.
- The two sides of the building were symmetric.
- The flower petals were symmetric in shape and size.
- The butterfly's wings were perfectly symmetric.
- The painting had a symmetric composition.
- The architecture of the building was symmetric.
- The pattern on the rug was symmetric.
- The geometric shape was symmetric on all sides.
- The sculpture had a symmetric form.
- The human body is not perfectly symmetric.

- "Beauty is not just a white girl. It's so many different flavors and shades." - Symone Sanders
- "The foundational principle of art is symmetry." - John Currin
- "Symmetry is what we see at a glance; based on experience of the world around us." - Alan Lightman
- "Symmetry is what we left behind us." - Rainer Maria Rilke
- "Symmetry is not just a decorative quality, but a profound principle of the cosmos." - Rudolf Arnheim

9 ( s, y, m, m, e, t, r, i, c )

8 ( s, y, m, e, t, r, i, c )

cirtemmys

Phonetic Transcription of Symmetric

IPA (International): sʌˈmetrɪk

ARA (American): sʌˈmɛtrɪk

EPA (English): sʌˈmetrɪk

SAH-MEH-TRIH-K

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