bibliographer

noun
bib·​li·​og·​ra·​pher | \ ˌbi-blē-ˈä-grə-fər How to pronounce bibliographer (audio) \

Definition of bibliographer

1 : an expert in bibliography
2 : a compiler of bibliographies

Examples of bibliographer in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Parker points to András Riedlmayer, who retired last year from his post as a bibliographer in Islamic art and architecture at Harvard’s Fine Arts Library, as a personal inspiration. Cate Mcquaid, BostonGlobe.com, 7 Apr. 2022 With Pound’s encouragement, Barnard relocated to New York City in the depths of the Great Depression, finding temporary work as Aldous Huxley’s bibliographer. oregonlive, 8 Mar. 2021 By the nineteen-sixties, many of the letters are responses to queries and fan mail, clarifications for curious readers and bibliographers and producers of academic studies. Kevin Young, The New Yorker, 2 Dec. 2019 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, 16 Apr. 2018 See More

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First Known Use of bibliographer

1775, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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“Bibliographer.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bibliographer. Accessed 1 Jul. 2022.

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