American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The biography of a person written by that person.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A biography or memoir of a person written by himself.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A biography written by the subject of it; memoirs of one's life written by one's self.
- n. a biography of yourself
- auto- + biography (Wiktionary)
“Stephen Fry reading his autobiography is a favourite.”
“This autobiography is the unrepentant rant of a violent sex offender, Nathan McCall, who participated in gang rape and violent assaults and shows no remorse but instead pride.”
“In "Vivre Dans le Feu: Confessions" Éditions Robert Laffont, or "Living in Fire: Confessions," Mr. Todorov has organized extracts from nine volumes of her letters, notes and diaries into what he calls the autobiography she never wrote.”
“Given Keith Richards's reticence to boast of his acclaim and his down-to-earth view of himself at age 66, what kind of celebrity autobiography is his "Life"?”
“I thought, 'Doing this autobiography is more serious than I thought.”
“(The sentence, "Following in the footsteps of Miley Cyrus, he just came out with an autobiography," is one of the predicted thirty-six pop culture signs of the Apocalypse.)”
“Deanna Favre, who alluded to her husband's infidelity in her 2007 autobiography, is promoting a new book and was asked about the allegations on "Good Morning America" Thursday.”
“If an autobiography is the true and full story of one's life -- the entire trip so to speak -- a memoir examines recurring scenes along the way.”
“According to her website, a second volume of her autobiography is in the works.”
“SIMON: Sir Michael Caine's new autobiography is called "The Elephant to Hollywood.”
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