English Grammar: Ambigram

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Definition:

An ambigram is a word that can be read from different angles, like or MOW or NOON that can be turned through 180 degrees and still be read as the same words. It is a visual similarity, unlike a palindrome like madam, where the letters are the same if the word or phrase is reversed.

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Portmanteau Word; Synonym; Antonym; Hyponym; Examples of Acronyms; Acrostic; Mnemonic

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