-TOME appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- New-era style tome remits us nectar at census time remotely, Tsar Ewen.
- "Go, 'drome gateman, erase 'M’ or 'D’, nil a panic I mock, co-manage behemoths!"… in a Danish tome he began, a mock comic in a palindromes arena met a gem or dog.
- Not in kismetic IT sales nor in Oslo did I manage behemoths I flesh so proximately amid emitted acts a fast cadet timed: I may let a mix or posh selfish tome he began amid idols on irons (elastic items I knit on).
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Definition of -TOME
What does -TOME mean?
- An instrument for cutting.
- A section or segment.
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The Household Journal (1910)
Bodli-Tome is a new remedy, but the ingredients which compose it are as old as the science of medicine itself. Its composition is not secret. Every one of the twelve valuable ingredients which go to make up Bodi-Tone are well known to all ...
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