Definition of "holograph"
  1. A written document, such as a will or a deed, that is completely in the handwriting of the individual it represents
How to use "holograph" in a sentence
  1. The validity of the holograph was questioned because it was hard to prove the handwriting belonged to the deceased person.
  2. Instead of using a typewriter or computer, she decided to draft her will as a holograph to make it more personal.
  3. In some states, a holograph signed in the testator's handwriting is an acceptable form of creating a will.

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