biographer

All Noun Verb
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  • Biographers believe this job gave her a wide range of experiences on social issues.
  • Different biographers present slightly different versions of his life although certain facts are agreed upon by all.
  • His biographers may well be believed, when they tell us that his grief was extreme. Cited from The Sonnets, Triumphs, and Other Poems of Petrarch, by Petrarch
  • Yet this part of his achievement has received very little attention from biographers and critics. Cited from Sir Walter Scott as a Critic of Literature, by Margaret Ball
  • According to biographers, his mediunity first appeared when he was only four years old.
  • The biographers have paid too little attention to the god-energy of their heroes. Cited from The Joyful Heart, by Robert Haven Schauffler
  • In these respects the author has left almost every thing to his biographers to do for him. Cited from Biographies of Distinguished Scientific Men, by Francois Arago
  • I believe that her biographers claim for her the credit of the discovery. Cited from George Washington: Farmer, by Paul Leland Haworth
  • The biographers even go so far as to assure us that he knew only two women by sight. Cited from Life of St. Francis of Assisi, by Paul Sabatier
  • In addition to his political career, he was also a noted historian, biographer and writer.
  • Washington has suffered much at the hands of his biographers. Cited from Boys' Book of Famous Soldiers, by J. Walker McSpadden
  • The life of this extraordinary artist, if we are to believe his biographers, is soon told. Cited from Anecdotes of Painters and Others, by S. Spooner
  • Such claims were accepted as fact by the press during his lifetime and by his first biographer.
  • Some of his letters have been collected by his biographers and inserted into their works.
  • Yet how has he been treated by his biographers? Cited from Notes & Queries, No. 24. Saturday, April 13. 1850, by Various
  • The fact of there being two young women in the house by one name has led to confusion among the biographers. Cited from Little Journeys, Volume 4, by Elbert Hubbard
  • Later biographers have made few, if any, fresh contributions to the subject. Cited from Life of Adam Smith, by John Rae
  • But when one's own family are one's biographers it's hard to be kept human. Cited from The Prairie Wife, by Arthur Stringer
  • Early biographers found this shocking and played down this portion of his life.
  • Today this is generally considered to be without foundation and is dismissed by modern biographers.
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Words starting with biographer

Meaning of biographer

  • noun Someone who writes an account of a person's life