[aw-tuh-bahy-uh-graf-i-kuh l or aw-tuh-bahy-uh-graf-ik; aw-toh-]
- marked by or dealing with one's own experiences or life history; of or in the manner of an autobiography: autobiographical material; an autobiographical novel.
Origin of autobiographical
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Examples from the Web for autobiographic
Here it is not difficult to recognise an autobiographic touch.William Morris
Elizabeth Luther Cary
The Symphony is extremely subjective; indeed, autobiographic.Music: An Art and a Language
Walter Raymond Spalding
Of course they are highly charged with autobiographic quality.French Classics
William Cleaver Wilkinson
You ought to read the book, especially the autobiographic half.The Letters of William James, Vol. II
Another point of resemblance between Byron and Mr. Miller is, that the underlying idea of their poetry is autobiographic.
- of or concerned with one's own life
- of or relating to an autobiography
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