Definition of Holographs

1. Noun. (plural of holograph) ¹



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Definition of Holographs

1. holograph [v] - See also: holograph

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Holographs

hologrammatically
hologramme
holograms
holograph
holographed
holographer
holographers
holographic
holographic microscopy
holographic will
holographic wills
holographical
holographically
holographies
holographing
holographs (current term)
holography
hologynic
hologynies
hologyny
holohedra
holohedral
holohedron
holohedry
holohemihedral
holoimage
holoimages
holokinetic
holomastigote

Literary usage of Holographs

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1. The Excursions of a Book-lover: Being Papers on Literary Themes by Frederic Rowland Marvin (1910)
"... to continue the same protection to me a poor helpless sinner, and that for Jesus Christ his sake." —Prayer of Thomas Hearne the Antiquary. holographs ..."

2. An Elementary Treatise on the American Law of Real Property by Christopher Gustavus Tiedeman (1892)
"Who may prepare the will — holographs. 880. What property may be devised.. A competent testator, who is. 882. Who may be devisees — What assent necessary. ..."

3. The American Law of Real Property by Christopher Gustavus Tiedeman, Edward Joseph White (1906)
"\Vho may prepare the will — holographs. 636. What property may be devised. 637. A competent testator, who is. 638. Who may be devisees — What assent ..."

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