pathography


pa·thog·ra·phy

noun \pə-ˈthä-grə-fē\

Definition of PATHOGRAPHY

:  biography that focuses on a person's illnesses, misfortunes, or failures; also :  sensational or morbid biography

First Known Use of PATHOGRAPHY

1917

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