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Acronyms will be best memorized by way of something concrete, fun and related to what you already know. We put together a variety of useful lists of Idioms and Expressions, Celebrity Names, and Movie Titles that could easily associate with most readers' existing knowledge. This database is vital to the actual mnemonics being created as it serves as the inspirations for good mnemonics. We hope everyone could help to grow this database to make it a useful tool for the mnemonic contributors.

Take liberty to change the acronym to fit your needs[edit]

In some of the acronyms below, 'a', 'the' and some other prepositions may or may not be included. You can take the liberty to use them to suit the materials to be memorized. For example, An Arm And A Leg, the acronym could be AAL (excluding 'an' and 'a'), AAAL (excluding 'and') or AAAAL (the full phrases).

Look for acronyms using Search Box[edit]

When you are creating mnemonics, you do not necessarily have to go to each acronym list to find suitable acronym. You can simply input the desired mnemonic acronym in the Search Box and the Search Box will search over all our existing acronym list and see if any acronym fit your search. It is also advised to start short, for example, you would like to have a mnemonic with ACDIC, you could start with AC or ACD and see if any good acronym that exists in our database. You could also break it down to ACD IC and build a story around it. Try to shake things up and be creative.