biographic biographic


  • (adj) of or relating to or being biography


  1. Halberstam's slender but tough book suffers from lack of biographic detail.
  2. Moran's explanation for his act of biographic terrorism is simple.
  3. Talking about politics, I work from very personal and biographic moments of my life.


  • Elton John Biopic May Star Tom Hardy

    Tom Hardy is reportedly interested in playing a young Elton John in an upcoming Elton John biopic.  Rocketman, a Michael Gracey-directed biographic musical film about Elton John, is going to be acquired by FilmDistrict.  It was talked about in Cannes, and was shopped by UTA. It is about John's journey in life from a five-year-old music prodigy to a young man who was rebellious against his ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Opposing Views


  1. "It is an increased protection even against times when people's biographic details are actually stolen or lost," argues Smith.
    on Dec 11, 2007 By: Jacqui Smith Source: RINF.COM

  2. Nick Bollettieri writes a daily column for the Independent, and this was part of today's entry: "PS to Jelena (Jankovic): I was looking at your biographic detail in the official 2007 players' guide and did not see any mention of the many years you...
    on Jul 3, 2007 By: Nick Bollettieri Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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