from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Resembling or characteristic of a diary.
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).
In diarylike fashion, Jackson details Bryant's bad behavior, dishing on Bryant's feuding with O'Neal and the star's alleged egomaniacal demands.
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.
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.
He pointed to shelves in his office lined with binders, filled with decades of handwritten scribbles and diarylike entries.
Stettheimer’s paintings are lively, diarylike accounts of her life, but also acute examinations of upper-class ways in New York between the wars.