Definition of Biographee

1. Noun. One about whom a biography is written; the subject of a biography. ¹



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Definition of Biographee

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biographee

biogeographers
biogeographic
biogeographical
biogeographical region
biogeographies
biogeography
biogeophysical
biogeotechnology
biogerontological
biogerontologist
biogerontologists
biogerontology
biognosis
biograph
biographed
biographee (current term)
biographees
biographer
biographers
biographette
biographettes
biographic
biographical
biographically
biographied
biographies
biographing
biographise
biographised
biographises

Literary usage of Biographee

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1. Cataloging rules: with explanations and illustrations by Dorcas Fellows, New York State Library School, Jennie Dorcas Fellows (1922)
"... but the following classes may be excepted: a Individual biographies whose titles begin with either the surname or the forenames of the biographee, ..."

2. Cataloging for Small Libraries by Theresa Hitchler (1915)
"Make the author card as usual, according to directions already given. Make, for all individual biography, a subject card under the name of the biographee; ..."

3. The Study and Practice of Writing English by Gerhard Richard Lomer, Margaret Eliza Ashmun (1914)
"biographee: a person about whom a biography is written. Autobiography: a book written by a person about his own life. 3. Materials. ..."

4. Books for High Schools by Minnesota Dept. of Education, Martha Wilson (1914)
"Biography has mostly been classed with the subject with which the life of the biographee was identified. If desired, all collective biography may be classed ..."

5. Manual of Descriptive Annotation for Library Catalogues by Ernest Albert ( Savage, Ernest Albert Baker (1906)
"Taking the first book (if a biography) of the batch he turns to the library catalogue, obtains therefrom the form of the biographee's name which the library ..."

6. Handy-book of Literary Curiosities by William Shepard Walsh (1892)
"... judge of the High Court of India, which his nephew published in Calcutta shortly after the death of the biographee in 1871. It is only to be regretted ..."

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