What is #NameThatPalindrome, you ask?
A palindrome is a word or phrase that is spelled the same forward and backward, like "kayak" or "Madam, I'm Adam."
For the last few years, I've hosted weekly palindrome challenge - every Thursday. :) I give a clue, and the answer will always be a palindrome. It's a fun game; join on in!
Here are some recent solutions! (Check back if the most recent one hasn't posted yet.)
Clue: When most of the Thanksgiving turkey is gone you
might find yourself looking for scraps and nibbling on a tiny “aves curved
chest bone.” (2 words) #NameThatPalindrome #HappyThanksgiving
Answer: Bird rib
Clue: Remind the
soup-and-salad loving inventor of the light bulb that he is NOT to order any
small food items along with his main course. "Zero accompanying meal
appetizers, Thomas!" (3 words)
Answer: No sides, Edison!
Clue: Perhaps slang for criminals when they
successfully rob from cash-holding buildings:
“Money-institution Grab!” (2 words) #NameThatPalindrome
Answer: Bank Nab
trophy earned through effort or received as thanks, might be stored inside a
special sliding shelf known as a "Prize cabinet" (2 words) (Thanks,
@darthfractious, for this week’s #NameThatPalindrome!)
Answer: Reward drawer
Star Wars actor McGregor were experiencing a state of impressed surprise, you
might describe him as: __ __ __ (3 wds)
@darthfractious, for this week’s #NameThatPalindrome!
Answer: Ewan in awe
Clue: A cash gratuity (or piece of advice) given to someone
because you feel sorry for them would be a: __ (2 words) #NameThatPalindrome
(Thanks, @darthfractious, for this week’s palindrome!)
* Answer: Pity tip