Chirography

Part of speech: noun

Style or character of handwriting.

Part of speech: noun

Chirographer.

Part of speech: adjective

Chirographical.

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Usage examples "chirography":

  1. Robert, too, knew the bold, graceful chirography, and watched her hungrily as she read. - "Sara, a Princess", Fannie E. Newberry.
  2. But apart from the question of chirography one other manifestation constantly reminded Mortmain of his crime. - "Mortmain", Arthur Cheny Train.
  3. Both are very beautiful specimens of chirography, and would have a high value for that reason alone, but obtained especial sanctity because of the tradition that both were written at the dictation of the Prophet himself, and are among the oldest copies of the Koran in existence. - "Modern India", William Eleroy Curtis.