holographic

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holographic (comparative more holographic, superlative most holographic)

  1. In the form of a hologram or holograph.
    • 2017 October 20, Ben Beaumont-Thomas, “In dreams: Roy Orbison hologram to embark on UK tour in 2018”, in The Guardian[1]:
      Abba meanwhile, all of whom are still alive, will outsource their touring to holographic versions of themselves in 2019. “It’s perfect. We can be on stage while I’m home walking the dogs,” the band’s Benny Andersson said.
  2. (uncommon) Handwritten by a single writer.
    a holographic will or testament

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