What are palindromes?

Palindromes are single words, or sentences, which read the same forwards as they do backwards. For example; “taco cat” is spelled t-a-c-o-c-a-t whether you start at the beginning and work forwards, or start at the end and work backwards.

Here are some more examples, focusing on multiple word palindrome phrases rather than just single palindrome words:

  • A man, a plan, a canal – Panama.
  • A dog! A panic in a pagoda.
  • A lot not new I saw as I went on to L.A.
  • A Santa spots tops at NASA.
  • Able was I ere I saw Elba.
  • Are we not drawn onward to new era?
  • Borrow or rob?
  • Cain: A maniac.
  • Cigar? Toss it in a can. It is so tragic.
  • Dammit I’m mad!
  • Did I draw Della too tall, Edward? I did?
  • Do geese see God?
  • Doc, note, I dissent. A fast never prevents a fatness. I diet on cod.
  • Don’t nod.
  • Eva, can I see bees in a cave?
  • Gert, I saw Ron avoid a radio-van, or was it Reg?
  • Go deliver a dare vile dog.
  • God damn mad dog.
  • I roamed under it as a tired, nude Maori.
  • If I had a Hi-Fi.
  • I’m, alas, a salami.
  • Lepers repel.
  • Ma is as selfless as I am.
  • Madam, in Eden, I’m Adam.
  • Name now one man.
  • Never odd or even.
  • No, it is opposition.
  • No lemon, no melon.
  • Oozy rat in a sanitary zoo.
  • Race fast, safe car.
  • Red Rum, sir, is murder!
  • Rise to vote, sir.
  • Senile felines.
  • Sir, I demand, I am a maid named Iris.
  • Sit on a potato pan, Otis.
  • Some men interpret nine memos.
  • Step on no pets.
  • Sums are not set as a test on Erasmus.
  • Was it a cat I saw?
  • Yawn a more Roman way.






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