noun, plural au·to·bi·og·ra·phies.
- autobiography of alice b. toklas, the,
Origin of autobiography
Examples from the Web for autobiographer
Our autobiographer gives us a plain, blunt, not to say bald record of what must have been an interesting life.
That combat occurred at the Franklin theatre, September 30, 1837—a useful fact that the autobiographer cares not to mention.Shadows of the Stage|William Winter
The recollection turns out to be a faithful, painstaking, autobiographer.Revisiting the Earth|James Langdon Hill
The autobiographer protests that he has suffered much remorse for this lie of his to the harm of the innocent maid.Classic French Course in English|William Cleaver Wilkinson
Is the fourth dimension of Cobb as a novelist or as an autobiographer?When Winter Comes to Main Street|Grant Martin Overton
noun plural -phies
A literary work about the writer's own life. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin and Isak Dinesen's Out of Africa are autobiographical.