[bahy-uh-graf-i-kuh l or bahy-uh-graf-ik]
- of or relating to a person's life: He's gathering biographical data for his book on Milton.
- pertaining to or containing biography: a biographical dictionary.
Origin of biographical
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Examples from the Web for biographic
Biographic survey of killers from the Mississippi to the Pacific.Guide to Life and Literature of the Southwest
J. Frank Dobie
To all which questions, not unessential in a Biographic work, mere Conjecture must for most part return answer.Sartor Resartus
In the earlier letters of the series we have to note a few points of biographic interest.Life of John Keats
William Michael Rossetti
A biographic sketch of Emma Goldman's interesting career, with splendid portrait, is included in the book.Marriage and Love
Altogether the finest bit of biographic work that has been done in many a day.Juggernaut
George Cary Eggleston
Word Origin and History for biographic
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