Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Same as autographic.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Relating to an autograph, or one's own handwriting.
  • adjective Relating to, or used in, the process of autography.

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Examples

  • A delightfully quirky semi-autographical novel about a talented misfit blessed with the most patient stepfather in history.

    10 more books we loved reading in 2009

  • Kiernan's latest novel, The Red Tree August 2009 is in turns a pseudo-autographical novel, a psychological portrait of a first-person narrator on the verge of madness, and a sometimes terrifying mystery that surrounds a particular red oak tree in Rhode Island. link: OF Blog of the Fallen: Caitlín R.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Kiernan's latest novel, The Red Tree August 2009 is in turns a pseudo-autographical novel, a psychological portrait of a first-person narrator on the verge of madness, and a sometimes terrifying mystery that surrounds a particular red oak tree in Rhode Island. link: OF Blog of the Fallen: Caitlín R.

    Today in Fantasy: September 17, 2009 (Part 1)

  • Sharíf = a royal autographical letter: the term is still preserved in Turkey, but Europeans will write

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • But your literary prowess is too circuitously authenticated to admit of any punctilious commendation from my debilitated pen, and under its umbrageous recess, serenely segregated, from the malapert and hypochondriachal vapours of myopic critics (as I am no acromatic philosopher) I trust every solecism contained in this autographical epistle will find a salvable retirement.

    Life and Remains of John Clare "The Northamptonshire Peasant Poet"

  • The Wezir answered, Send away this young man with me, and I will take charge of him, and despatch him in company with a Chamberlain to the city of Baghdad; and if his words be true, he will bring us a royal autographical mandate and diploma of investiture; and if not true, they will send him back to us with the Chamberlain, and I will take my revenge upon my offender.

    Nights 32-36. The Story of Nur-Ed-din and Enis-El-Jelis.

  • But your literary prowess is too circuitously authenticated to admit of any punctilious commendation from my debilitated pen, and under its umbrageous recess, serenely segregated, from the malapert and hypochondriachal vapours of myopic critics (as I am no acromatic philosopher) I trust every solecism contained in this autographical epistle will find a salvable retirement.

    Life and Remains of John Clare

  • "Khatt Sharíf" = a royal autographical letter: the term is still preserved in Turkey, but Europeans will write

    Arabian nights. English

  • King Lear's, the moment that _he_ gets a glimpse of him; and the poet betrays throughout that same philosophical interest in the study, which the monarch expresses so boldly; for beside the dramatic exhibition, and the philosophical review of him, which King Lear institutes, here is an autographical sketch of him, and of his mode of living --

    The Philosophy of the Plays of Shakspere Unfolded

  • Written by Canadian author Bernice Thurman Hunter, this semi-autographical tale, despite its serious subject matter, is humorous and touching and brutally honest in its description of life during the Depression.

    Pajiba

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