- n. Plural form of diarist.
“The survey found that almost one in 10 Internet users are bloggers and the audience for this group of online diarists is growing.”
“My only view on KOS - politics aside - it that its not worth slogging through a bunch of boring obscure "diarists" trying to find something interesting.”
“Postings on the site by anonymous 'diarists' have said that the world would be better off if White House Press Secretary Tony Snow's cancer returned.”
“Today's Sunday Herald carries and excellent feature by doyen of diarists, now returned reporter Tom Shields.”
“This book is deeply indebted to those writers who came before—the diarists, letter writers, and memoirists whose voices imbue almost every word with the emotional veracity, urgency, and complexity of their wartime experiences and the aftermath.”
“Schumpeter was a prolific writer, much was written about him, and he and some of his women were dedicated diarists and correspondents.”
“We will make sure our diarists answer the best of them in their next columnsFind out more at bobbywhitehandball.com”
“The man is to music bloggers what pissed Whitehall tittle-tattle is to Westminster diarists.”
“Markos and many dKos diarists believe they are presenting rather than characterizing information.”
“I have a friendly tip for Senator Bennet's staff: next time your candidate writes an article, remember to turn off the "Comments" section of his article - which Huffington Post allows diarists to do.”
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