from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as cacographic.
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Mr. Dyce insisted on the same cacographical nicety in his "Remarks" on the editions of Mr. Collier and
This butcher-surgeon was not Mr. Pighogg, the Plymouth "churregein," whose unpleasant name was, I trust, only the cacographical rendering of the good old English name Peacock.
The most remarkably ungrammatical and cacographical production.
1838 Athenæum No. 3099 (1887) 383 A stupid series of cacographical errors.