All these sentences have something in common. If you know what it is and can suggest another to add, email me. Unless it's the one everybody knows, or it's long.
Quick wafting zephyrs vex bold Jim.
Sphinx of black quartz, judge my vow.
The five boxing wizards jump quickly.
Pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs.
Sympathizing would fix Quaker objectives.
Quick, lazy vamp, just fix the drab gown.
Gaudy sexpots have bored few jazzmen lately.
Many-wived Jack laughs at probes of sex quiz.
Puzzled women bequeath jerks very exotic gifts.
Vow to quit folding big Jack's hip tux, crazy men. (I wrote this one)
Cozy lummox gives smart squid who asks for job pen.
Exquisite farm wench gives body jolt to prize stinker.
Six big devils from Japan quickly forgot how to waltz.
How razorback-jumping frogs can level six piqued gymnasts!
The job of waxing linoleum frequently peeves chintzy kids.
Just keep examining every low bid quoted for zinc etchings.
Why did Max become eloquent over a zany gift like jodhpurs?
Fred specialized in the job of making very quaint wax toys.
Jacqueline was vexed by the folks who got the money prizes.
Verily the dark ex-Jew quit Zionism, preferring the cabala.
We promptly judged antique ivory buckles for the next prize.
Back in June we delivered oxygen equipment of the same size.
How vexing a fumble to drop a jolly zucchini in the quicksand.
Back in my quaint garden, jaunty zinnias vie with flaunting phlox.
Xavier, a wildly informal court jester, kept calling Queen Elizabeth "Betty."
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