Write a polyndrome word.
Polyndrome is word if you reverse the letters or numbers you will get the same thing.
So let us count how many polyndrome words we can frame or find in our English language.
Just begin now .....!!!
Just words, or do sentences count?
Eva, can I stack Rod's sadass dork cats in a cave?
"Detartrated" is supposed to be the longest single palindromic word in the English language.
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