palindromically love



from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • After the fashion of a palindrome; in such a manner as to read the same either forward or backward.


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  • Instead the young Israeli pianist DAvid Greilsammer structured his Sunday morning concert at the Walter Reade Theater, part of the Great Performers series, palindromically.

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  • And Ashley as the flustered and clueless Mother is, palindromically speaking, a pip.

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  • The palindromically named Aviva is the center of this latest glimpse into the

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