diarist diarist


  • (n) someone who keeps a diary or journal



  1. Samuel Pepys, the diarist's diarist, ran this second risk.
  2. The diarist's fluent English landed her a job as a translator with the Foreign Ministry's information department.
  3. Night One of Anne Frank, based on Melissa Muller's 1998 biography, is a familiar depiction of the beloved diarist and her family's life in the secret annex.


  • Court Orders Anne Frank Letters Sent to Swiss

    A Dutch court ordered the Anne Frank Foundation in Amsterdam to return archival material to a Swiss charity named for the teenage Jewish diarist. Click here for the rest of the article...
    on June 27, 2013     Source: The Forward


  1. How ironic: In a column reporting doubts about the veracity of a pseudonymous New Republic columnist, Howard Kurtz quoted an anonymous blogger ["Bloggers Raise Red Flags Over New Republic's 'Baghdad Diarist,' July 21]."
    on Jul 30, 2007 By: Howard Kurtz Source: Washington Post

  2. Mr. Foer said, "There have been real questions raised about the Diarist, but a lot of the people who have been raising them have been raising them for ideological reasons."
    on Jul 27, 2007 By: Franklin Foer Source: New York Times

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