Definition of diarist
: one who keeps a diary
Recent Examples of diarist from the Web
That’s the birthday of Anne Frank, the most famous Holocaust diarist.
The museum is seeking $250,000 for the project and will begin soliciting donations through Kickstarter on Monday, the birthday of the most famous Holocaust diarist, Anne Frank.
The modern researchers aren’t the first to try and figure out what was wrong with the diarist’s eyes.
The book for the show is by New Yorker reporter and diarist Adam Gopnik.
In life, Fisher was Hollywood’s leading diarist of—and comedian of—internal struggle.
The writer and activist Mark Baumer, who died this week, at the age of thirty-three, was a compulsive social-media diarist.
The diarist’s identity — and even his existence — became a topic of fierce Internet debate.
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DIARIST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of diarist for English Language Learners
: a person who writes a diary
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