Definition of Biographs

1. Noun. (plural of biograph) ¹



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Definition of Biographs

1. biograph [v] - See also: biograph

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biographs

biographical
biographically
biographied
biographies
biographing
biographise
biographised
biographises
biographising
biographist
biographists
biographize
biographized
biographizes
biographizing
biographs (current term)
biography
biographying
biogravics
biogs
biohacker
biohackers
biohacking
biohazard
biohazard suit
biohazard symbol
biohazard symbols
biohazardous
biohazards
bioheat

Literary usage of Biographs

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1. An Introduction to a Course of German Literature by Ludwig von Mühlenfels (1830)
"&c. with short biographs of the Writers, and a Portrait of Lady Jane Grey. 6s. PRECEPT and EXAMPLE, in the instructive Letters of eminent Men to their ..."

2. A Walk from London to John O'Groat's: With Notes by the Way : Illustrated by Elihu Burritt (1864)
"Let us then call the bright and quenchless planispheres, which such lives describe and fill around them, biographs, assuming that the script is in rays of ..."

3. The Cambridge Modern History by John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Ernest Alfred Benians, Sir Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero (1909)
"Scots history is a series of biographs illustrating the contractual groups, the revocable compact, the universal " diffidence " which is the seed-plot of ..."

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