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Definitions of syncope
n. - An elision or retrenchment of one or more letters or syllables from the middle of a word; as, ne'er for never, ev'ry for every. 2
n. - Same as Syncopation. 2
n. - A fainting, or swooning. See Fainting. 2
n. - A pause or cessation; suspension. 2

The word "syncope" uses 7 letters: C E N O P S Y.

No direct anagrams for syncope found in this word list.

Words formed by adding one letter before or after syncope (in bold), or to cenopsy in any order:
r -   necropsy   s -   pycnoses   syncopes  

Shorter words found within syncope:
cep   ceps   con   cone   cones   coney   coneys   cons   cony   cop   cope   copen   copens   copes   cops   copse   copy   cos   cosey   cosy   coy   coys   en   ens   eon   eons   epos   es   espy   ne   no   noes   nope   nos   nose   nosey   nosy   oe   oes   on   once   onces   one   ones   ons   op   ope   open   opens   opes   ops   os   ose   oy   oyes   pe   pec   pecs   pen   pens   peon   peons   peony   pes   peso   poesy   ponce   ponces   pone   pones   pons   pony   pose   posy   pye   pyes   scone   scop   scope   sec   sen   sepoy   snye   so   son   sone   sop   soy   spec   spy   syce   syn   sync   syne   ye   yen   yens   yep   yes   yo   yon  

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Other words with the same letter pairs: sy   yn   nc   co   op   pe  

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