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What is a palindrome?

A palindrome is a sentence, phrase, name, word or number series  where the letters or numbers are in the same sequence when read  forward or backwards. Some examples would b (MORE)

What are some palindromes?

Palindromes are words that are spelled the same way backwards and forwards! Some common palindromes in the English language include: -pop -deed -kayak -civic -rada (MORE)

Why isn't palindrome a palindrome?

Because it doesn't read the same way backwards and forwards. A word does not need to be an example of its definition. Often the sound of the word confuses the general public o (MORE)

Is 234 a palindrome?

No, 234 is not a palindrome because it does not read the same way backwards. (In reverse, 234 reads as 432; therefore, it is not a palindrome.)
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An acrostic is a palindrome?

not at all! an acrostic is a poem that looks like this (it has words going across, and spells a word with the first letter of each word. please excuse the awful poem.) Fal (MORE)