biographer[ bahy-og-ruh-fer, bee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF biographer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BIOGRAPHER
He wrote for humanity, as his biographer justly says, not for fame.
So early had Boswell made his resolve to be the biographer of Johnson.
Dignity and respectability have ruined alike the historian and the biographer.
They are worthy of the biographer who has now well grouped and described these creatures.
Horace Traubel will be remembered, as he wished to be remembered, as the biographer of Whitman.
His biographer credits him with one hundred and thirty-three.
Not least among them that of her biographer, Mr. Harness himself, who was so valued by his friends.
But here again my aim is neither that of the commentator nor that of the biographer.
The one defect acknowledged by his biographer was his partiality for women.
Romancist and biographer are one as we study the picture line by line.