Quick, frowzy imps jog the bald vixen.

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I wrote a new pangram.
"Quick, frowzy imps jog the bald vixen."
'frowzy' means dirty/smelly
'imps' means mischievous children
'Jog' means nudge
'Vixen' means ill- tempered, quarrelsome woman.
However, bald women do exist.
I hope this pangram is as good as the previous one.
"Quick, venial judges box the frowzy MP."
I have written a new pangram because 'MP' might not be a legitimate word.Whereas the new one contains only legitimate words.
 

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'MP' is a legitimate word for this purpose.

I see you're also posting here.
 

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Why not venal judges?
 

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'MP" as a word is questionable. I observed that a real word is a combination of consonant and vowel, or a vowel alone like "a" and "i".But a real word as a combination of only two or more consonants, and a consonant alone , is questionable.
 

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That depends entirely on one's definition of 'word'.
 

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And it does begin with a vowel sound.
 
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