Related formsdi·a·ris·tic, adjective
Examples from the Web for diarist
Malala is the same age as another writer, a diarist, who inspired many around the world.
A gap in what the diarist is saying (“I love him”) and actually doing.The Sex Diaries Project: What 1,500 Bedroom Diaries Can Teach Us About Sex|Jessica Bennett|January 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But for someone so well-known as a diarist, we hear remarkably little from Alice herself.
Our royal Diarist offers none, but her family history is a telling apology.Secret Memoirs: The Story of Louise, Crown Princess|Henry W. Fischer
It harmonizes with the complexion of truth, and truth is the first thing we ask from the diarist and observer.
Certain it is that a large number of books formerly in the possession of the diarist have at times appeared in the auction-room.The Book-Hunter in London|William Roberts
The diarist practised a different handwriting every day and wrote a style almost as varied.Years of My Youth|William Dean Howells
The diarist is a self-important person, talking to himself and to the future, and conscious of his effect upon both.The Joys of Being a Woman|Winifred Kirkland