Crossword contribution

palindrone |ˈpalinˌdrōn|
noun

  1. a sequence of words that sound like communication when spoken but are equally meaningless when read backwords or forwards, e.g., in the great history of America rulings there have been rulings.
  2. a person who speaks in palindrones, often a person who does no useful work and lives off others.

ORIGIN early 21st cent.: from Greek palinagain+ Old English drān, drÇ£n [male bee,] from a West Germanic verb meaning resound, boom‘ ; related to Dutch dreunen to drone.

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