verb (used with object)
Words nearby author
Origin of author
OTHER WORDS FROM authorau·tho·ri·al [aw-thawr-ee-uh l, aw-thohr-] /ɔˈθɔr i əl, ɔˈθoʊr-/, adjectiveau·thor·less, adjectivemul·ti·au·thored, adjectivepro·au·thor, adjective
Examples from the Web for authorial
I think when you move from novel to TV script, you lose your authorial voice.
To her great credit, Sally was as adamant about my authorial freedom as Ben was, until last week.Jeff Himmelman: The Storm Over My Ben Bradlee Book, ‘Yours in Truth’|Jeff Himmelman|May 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It would seem as if the opening of his authorial vein in this book had freed him for a long time from bad blood.
Other forms of authorial homage are to be met with in the way of complimentary photographs, and oil or water-colour portraits.
I will now proceed with the self-imposed duty of recording my authorial performances.
For even at that early time in his authorial life, Pierre, however vain of his fame, was not at all proud of his paper.Pierre; or The Ambiguities|Herman Melville
However, that in my authorial fashion I have tried, let the following paper prove; written and published nearly thirty years ago.