noun, plural tes·ta·tri·ces [te-stey-truh-seez, tes-tuh-trahy-seez] /tɛˈsteɪ trəˌsiz, ˌtɛs təˈtraɪ siz/, Law.
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A holographic or olographic will is a will which is wholly written in the testator's or testatrix's own hand.Commercial Law|Samuel Williston, Richard D. Currier, and Richard W. Hill
But the testatrix in the case at bar has left nothing to construction.
The will was signed by the testatrix in the presence of two witnesses.
I deposed to what I have already stated, but I was unable to say that I considered the testatrix had not testamentary capacity.By the Barrow River|Edmund Leamy
The other testified that he saw the testatrix sign the instrument.