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Palindrome Examples

What is a Palindrome?

A palindrome is a word or words that can be read the same way backwards as they can be read forwards. Palindromes should not be confused with anagrams.

Palindromes are for fun. They provide a unique challenge to those who wish to attempt them. Below are some examples of palindromes.

Examples of Palindromes (Simple)

  • Bob
  • Civic
  • Dad
  • Kayak
  • Mom
  • Radar

Examples of Palindromes (Intermediate)

  • Bird rib
  • Dammit I'm mad
  • Go dog
  • He did eh
  • I prefer pi
  • Late metal

Examples of Palindromes (Advanced)

  • Elba Kramer saw I was remarkable
  • Evil rats on no star live
  • Lisa Bonet ate no basil
  • Marge lets send a sadness telegram
  • No it is open on one position
  • Some men interpret nine memos
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