from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who is skilled in graphology.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A person skilled in or professing to be skilled in graphology.
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- noun A practitioner of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a specialist in inferring character from handwriting
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The graphologist also becomes involved with Sorensen Academy student Annabelle Giordano, whose father Dominic runs a construction company allegedly with mob ties.
Claudia Rose runs a thriving business as a graphologist who the local law enforcement recognizes for her forensic handwriting skills.
In 1935 he showed his first wife, a trained graphologist, Hitler's signature.
"What is needed now is to get a graphologist to compare her correspondence with that of the blackmailer."
He needed no graphologist, oreven his most reliable Handy Hammerstein to tell him that.
“Of course an expert graphologist would be able to tell she wrote it.”
You didn't have to be a graphologist to tell that.
At the end of 1928 she returned to New York with Helios Hecht, a graphologist, journalist and magazine editor, with whom she lived until 1935.
Candidates had to undergo a handwriting test with a graphologist and Access would often hire private investigators to check the background of executives.
Instead, she took an old letter to a graphologist.