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Synonyms for autograph

signature

Synonyms for autograph

to affix one's signature to

Synonyms for autograph

something written by one's own hand

a person's own signature

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mark with one's signature

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We will return to the infant autographs of A and B.
These marks are his signature, his physiological autograph, so to speak, and this autograph can not be counterfeited, nor can he disguise it or hide it away, nor can it become illegible by the wear and mutations of time.
This autograph consists of the delicate lines or corrugations with which Nature marks the insides of the hands and the soles of the feet.
Yet there was never a twin born in to this world that did not carry from birth to death a sure identifier in this mysterious and marvelous natal autograph.
Upon this haft stands the assassin's natal autograph, written in the blood of that helpless and unoffending old man who loved you and whom you all loved.
I have studied some of these signatures so much that I know them as well as the bank cashier knows the autograph of his oldest customer.
Now take these two pantographs of B's autograph, marked five months and seven months.
Thank you, sir," he said at last, returning both; "it's a very interesting autograph.
Cecily's tears had been dropping on the autograph quilt square she was faithfully embroidering.
Nor were these the only tokens of extraordinary success; for, on the succeeding Saturday, Nicholas received, by favour of the indefatigable Mrs Grudden, no less a sum than thirty shillings; besides which substantial reward, he enjoyed considerable fame and honour: having a presentation copy of Mr Curdle's pamphlet forwarded to the theatre, with that gentleman's own autograph (in itself an inestimable treasure) on the fly-leaf, accompanied with a note, containing many expressions of approval, and an unsolicited assurance that Mr Curdle would be very happy to read Shakespeare to him for three hours every morning before breakfast during his stay in the town.
In Miss Jemima's eyes an autograph letter of her sister, Miss Pinkerton, was an object of as deep veneration as would have been a letter from a sovereign.
The note inside was an autograph of Councillor Mikulin.
As we were passing through a gallery on our way out, a well-dressed lady, of quiet and composed manners, came up, and proffering a slip of paper and a pen, begged that I would oblige her with an autograph, I complied, and we parted.
Jay Wilson began collecting sports autographs in the late 1960s as a young boy when his older brother, Roger and his friend Corey got him interested in the hobby.
3 (ANI): Santosh Chapekar, cricket fan from Thane, showed his love for the game by displaying a collection of 2,000 autographs of cricketers from across the globe on cricket bats, balls, gloves and pads.