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, which are words that share the same letters. For example:
"Dr. Awkard" is a palindrome because its letters read the same forwards as they do backwards.
"Dormitory" and "dirty room" are anagrams because they share the same letters.
Palindromes are for fun. They provide a unique challenge for those who wish to attempt them.
Examples of Palindromes (Simple)
Examples of Palindromes (Intermediate)
Dammit I'm mad
He did eh
I prefer pi
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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