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Today’s pangrams are BURPING and UPBRINGING.
BURPING is defined as a reflex that expels gas noisily from the stomach through the mouth.
UPBRINGING is defined as helping someone grow up to be an accepted member of the community. It is also defined as properties acquired during a person’s formative years.
BURP is defined as a reflex that expels gas noisily from the stomach through the mouth. It is also defined as expel gas from the stomach.
GRIP is defined as to grip or seize, as in a wrestling match. It is also defined as a portable rectangular container for carrying clothes. It is also defined as the friction between a body and the surface on which it moves (as between an automobile tire and the road). It is also defined as the appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it. It is also defined as a flat wire hairpin whose prongs press tightly together; used to hold bobbed hair in place. It is also defined as to render motionless, as with a fixed stare or by arousing terror or awe. It is also defined as an intellectual hold or understanding. It is also defined as the act of grasping. It is also defined as hold fast or firmly. It is also defined as worker who moves the camera around while a film or television show is being made.
GRIPING is defined as acute abdominal pain (especially in infants).
GRIPPING is defined as capable of arousing and holding the attention.
NIPPING is defined as pleasantly cold and invigorating. It is also defined as capable of wounding.
The word PIGGING has no known definition.
PING is defined as a river in western Thailand; a major tributary of the Chao Phraya. It is also defined as sound like a car engine that is firing too early. It is also defined as a sharp high-pitched resonant sound (as of a sonar echo or a bullet striking metal). It is also defined as contact, usually in order to remind of something. It is also defined as hit with a pinging noise. It is also defined as make a short high-pitched sound. It is also defined as send a message from one computer to another to check whether it is reachable and active.
The word PINGING has no known definition.
PINING is defined as a feeling of deep longing.
PINNING is defined as a mutual promise of a couple not to date anyone else; on college campuses it was once signaled by the giving of a fraternity pin.
The word PINUP has no known definition.
PIPING is defined as (used of heat) extremely. It is also defined as a long tube made of metal or plastic that is used to carry water or oil or gas etc.. It is also defined as a thin strip of covered cord used to edge hems. It is also defined as playing a pipe or the bagpipes.
PIPPIN is defined as any of numerous superior eating apples with yellow or greenish yellow skin flushed with red.
PRIG is defined as a person regarded as arrogant and annoying.
PRUNING is defined as something that has been pruned off of a plant. It is also defined as the act of trimming a plant.
PUNNING is defined as a humorous play on words.
PURGING is defined as an act of removing by cleansing; ridding of sediment or other undesired elements. It is also defined as serving to purge or rid of sin. It is also defined as the act of clearing yourself (or another) from some stigma or charge.
PURR is defined as make a soft swishing sound. It is also defined as indicate pleasure by purring; characteristic of cats. It is also defined as a low vibrating sound typical of a contented cat.
The word PURRING has no known definition.
RIPPING is defined as very good; of the highest quality. It is also defined as resembling a sound of violent tearing as of something ripped apart or lightning splitting a tree.
UNPIN is defined as remove the pins from; unfasten the pins of.
The word UNPINNING has no known definition.
The word UPPING has no known definition.
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