pangram

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From Ancient Greek παν (pan, everything) + γράμμα (gramma, letter), thus "all letters".

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pangram (plural pangrams)

  1. A sentence that contains every letter of the alphabet, such as "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog" in English.
    • 1986, Tony Augarde, The Oxford Guide to Word Games
      Like the search for the perfect palindrome, the pursuit of the perfect pangram has obsessed many people.

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