Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling or characteristic of a diary.

Etymologies

diary +‎ -like (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • A seven-year veteran of the Royal Air Force, Bail now spends his spare time running a Web log, a diarylike personal Web page, devoted to chronicling and discussing the war in Iraq (lionelmandrake. blogspot.com).

    Bloggers Over Baghdad

  • In diarylike fashion, Jackson details Bryant's bad behavior, dishing on Bryant's feuding with O'Neal and the star's alleged egomaniacal demands.

    KOBE COACH CALLS FOUL

  • Momentarily overlooking the diarylike lyrics and hidden rhythms that distinguish City and Colour from a horde of generic retro-folk and coffeehouse artists, Green also wonders how he sold out every date on his most recent U.S. tour.

    CA-91:17 CERT Advisory DECnet-Internet Gateway Vulnerability

  • In the case of the woman in a coma at Sacred Heart, her diarylike postings on Facebook were a far more detailed and complete accounting of her health than even her stack of medical records.

    Forbes.com: News

  • He pointed to shelves in his office lined with binders, filled with decades of handwritten scribbles and diarylike entries.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Stettheimer’s paintings are lively, diarylike accounts of her life, but also acute examinations of upper-class ways in New York between the wars.

    Florine Stettheimer.

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