"Palindromic adverb" Crossword Clue

Author: Mathew Cooper
Last Updated: 11 Oct 2023

"Palindromic adverb" NYT crossword answer is:

ERE (3 letters length)

The answer for "Palindromic adverb" crossword clue is listed above to help you solve the puzzle you are currently working on.

A palindromic adverb is a type of word that reads the same forwards and backwards. This type of word has been featured in the New York Times Crossword Puzzle on October 11, 2023. Palindromic adverbs are often used to add a humorous element to a sentence, as they can be used to create a pun or double entendre. They can also be used to add emphasis to a statement, as the repetition of the same word can draw attention to the point being made.

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