Definition of biographer
: a writer of a biography
Recent Examples of biographer from the Web
Williams' granddaughter and biographer, Karen Hudson, who accepted his Gold Medal in April, praised his talent for situating a building to best capture views and sunlight.
But, just as Trilling recoiled from grandiloquent radical gesture, Robins seems to have renounced the biographer’s task to come to some sustained conclusion about her subject.
Trump biographer Timothy L. O’Brien has explained why this might be so.
William Stamps Cherry's grandson and biographer discuss the legacy of an early African explorer.
That’s one more Hemingway legend the next biographer could overthrow.
This is to be expected in an authorized biography, especially when, as is the case here, the subject approached and then pursued the biographer.
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First Known Use of biographer
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Definition of biographer for Students
: someone who tells the account of a real person's life
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