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Dogma: I am God
Never odd or even
Too bad – I hid a boot
Rats live on no evil star
No trace; not one carton
Was it Eliot's toilet I saw?
Murder for a jar of red rum
May a moody baby doom a yam?
Go hang a salami; I'm a lasagna hog!
Satan, oscillate my metallic sonatas!
A Toyota! Race fast... safe car: a Toyota
Straw? No, too stupid a fad; I put soot on warts
Are we not drawn onward, we few, drawn onward to new era?
Doc Note: I dissent. A fast never prevents a fatness. I diet on cod
No, it never propagates if I set a gap or prevention
Anne, I vote more cars race Rome to Vienna
Sums are not set as a test on Erasmus
Kay, a red nude, peeped under a yak
Some men interpret nine memos
Campus Motto: Bottoms up, Mac
Go deliver a dare, vile dog!
Madam, in Eden I'm Adam
Oozy rat in a sanitary zoo
Ah, Satan sees Natasha
Lisa Bonet ate no basil
Do geese see God?
God saw I was dog
The two 5x5 palindrome squares below were discovered by Daniel Austin (The Fun-with-words.com Editor) in November 2000.
Farad and Daraf are physical units relating to capacitance. A serac is a pointed part of a glacier. Aleda, Elena, and Adela are names.
Can you find a 5x5 square which does not contain any proper nouns or obsolete words?
This 6x6 square was also discovered by Daniel Austin. It includes the obsolete palindromic word esssse meaning ashes (in the Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd Edition).
The first known 5x5 palindromic square is in Latin and dates back many centuries. For more information, see our History of Palindromes page.
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