Palindromes Examples

Palindromes

A palindrome is a word that is spelled the same way forwards and backwards. Palindromes can also be formed from phrases or sentences that read the same way forward as backward.

Examples of Palindromes:

1. Hannah-name is spelled the same way forward and backwards

2. Bob-name is spelled the same way forward and backwards

3. Madam-word is spelled the same way forward and backwards

4. Nurses run-phrase is spelled the same way forward and backwards

5. Madam, I'm Adam-phrase is spelled the same way forward and backwards

6. A man, a plan, a canal-Panama!-sentence spelled the same forward and backwards

Examples of Palindromes in Music

Weird Al Yankovic wrote an entire song in which each line is a palindrome. Here are some lines from the song:

Rise to vote, sir.

Never odd or even.

Race fast, safe car.

No lemons, no melon.

We panic in a pew.

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