Palindrome Puzzle - Recent Solutions!
posted on February 4th, 2014
A palindrome is a word or phrase that is spelled the same forward and backward, like "kayak" or "Madam, I'm Adam."
For those of you who have been following me on Twitter, you know that I have rebooted my palindrome puzzles - it is now a weekly palindrome challenge - every Thursday. :)
Here are some recent solutions! (Check back if the most recent one hasn't posted yet.)
Clue: What an
obsessed mathematician might proclaim: "I simply have to add up
numbers!" (2 wds)
Answer: Must Sum!
If the head judge
on DWTS stored his almonds and cashews in a mountain passageway, he might call
"The ..." (3 wds)
Answer: Len Nut Tunnel
If you told a
friend about your foodie xmas loot that fell into the river: “Debra, most
superior dried-purple-fruit presents flowed backwards!” (5 wds)
Answer: Deb, best fig gifts ebbed!
Jan 2 – off (out of
Clue: The big Hawaiian feast right after “K” and before “M”.
Answer: Luau L
sweetener in an Italian meat-based pasta sauce could be called this. (2 wds) #NameThatPalindrome
Answer: Ragu sugar
If there were such thing as insect school, this could be the
name of a large biting African fly’s exam. (3 wds, includes apostrophe)
Answer: Tse tse’s
Clue: You painted your open, upper-story of your apt the
color of blood. This is the place on your laptop where you store docs about it.
Answer: Red loft