|Examples Help! What is the definition of Pangrams?|
How do you define Pangrams? What is a Pangrams? An ideal free Educational Resource for Teachers, Students, Colleges and Schools for English Grammar terminology, other parts of speech and Literary Terms. The meaning is as follows:
|Definition of Pangrams|
|English Grammar Definition|
A term for a sentence which uses every letter of the alphabet at least once.
Example: "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog".
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Examples of Pangrams
Additional examples of famous Pangrams are as follows:
- Crazy Fredericka bought many very exquisite opal jewels
- Six big devils from Japan quickly forgot how to waltz
- Adjusting quiver and bow, Zompyc killed the fox
- My faxed joke won a pager in the cable TV quiz show
- The jay, pig, fox, zebra and my wolves quack!
- Bright vixens jump; dozy fowl quack
What is the Origin of Pangrams?
What is the origin of the word? The word derives from the Greek word 'pan gramma' meaning 'every letter.
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