Hey, word lovers! How cool is it that "reified" reversed is "deifier", and that their meanings are pretty close to being opposites? If you reified something that had been deified (and vice versa), you might be reverting the process, going back to its original state!
And also, "deified" and "reifier" are both palindromes.
Let's give this a crack:
"God, a deifier reified a dog!."
I think this is my first palindromic sentence :)

@stragu just found out that, according to Wikipedia, this kind of reversible word is called a semordnilap, or... "emordnilaps, word reversals, reversible anagrams, heteropalindromes, semi-palindromes, half-palindromes, reversgrams, mynoretehs, volvograms, or anadromes."
Glad we have a couple of options.

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