Definition of Semiautobiographical

1. Adjective. Of or relating to a work that combines autobiography and fiction. "A semiautobiographical novel"

Partainyms: Autobiography



Definition of Semiautobiographical

1. Adjective. Partially, but not entirely, autobiographical ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Semiautobiographical

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semiautobiographical (current term)
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Literary usage of Semiautobiographical

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1. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"Thus, publication of what is purported to be a semiautobiographical novel —NY Times, 14 Aug. 1976 suggests that the semi-autobiographical quality is alleged ..."

2. Henry Adams and His World by David R. Contosta, Robert Muccigrosso (1993)
"uels calls a "semiautobiographical" manuscript, u huh . published in 1949 as Sketch for a Self-Portrait. In the pages »>t tlt.u printed volume, ..."

3. Henry Adams and His World: Transactions, APS by David R. Contosta (2008)
"... the documentary self-analysis that Samuels calls a "semiautobiographical" manuscript, which was published in 1949 as Sketch for a Self-Portrait. ..."

4. Biographical Dictionary of the Comintern by Branko Lazitch (1986)
"... Kansan Lehti (People's Newspaper) in Tampere, where he had begun his political career; he also published three semiautobiographical books on communism. ..."

5. The Churches and Educated Men: A Study of the Relation of the Church to by Edwin Noah Hardy (1904)
"In the Memoir of Bennet Tyler, DD, is found this interesting semiautobiographical statement: " He entered Yale College in the autumn of 1800. ..."

6. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge. by George Ripley (1858)
"In 1851 he brought out a semIautobiographical, semi-fictitious work entitled “Lavengro, the Scholar and the Priest,” which failed to produce the same ..."

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