marked by or dealing with one’s own experiences or life history; of or in the manner of an autobiography:
autobiographical material; an autobiographical novel.
Often autobiographical, her work is known for its strong female leads.
Women in China The Daily Beast March 8, 2010
Once again, an autobiographical strain is evident in his work; it was as if he were revisiting his own adolescent sexuality.
Larry Sultan’s California Dreams Philip Gefter December 16, 2009
Jodorowsky moved on, and recently directed an autobiographical film, The Dance of Reality (opening in May).
‘Jodorowsky’s Dune’ and the Allure of the Unmade Masterpiece Caryn James March 18, 2014
How do you approach the distinction between straight autobiography and autobiographical fiction?
Maya Angelou: How I Write Noah Charney April 9, 2013
I am satisfied that the autobiographical facts described are true to the teller’s memory and experience.
I Was Adam Lanza, Part 2 David Frum December 21, 2012
Another passage gives incidentally an autobiographical summary.
The Life of Florence Nightingale vol. 2 of 2 Edward Tyas Cook
Their title is autobiographical, and, for that reason, they are slightly egotistical.
Moon Lore Timothy Harley
Chichester was the scene of a pleasant incident recorded by Leslie in his autobiographical Recollections.
Highways & Byways in Sussex E.V. Lucas
See also the autobiographical sketch in the Annals of Agriculture, xv.
The English Utilitarians, Volume I. Leslie Stephen
Another passage contains an autobiographical sketch of Mechthilds early experiences.
Woman under Monasticism Lina Eckenstein
of or concerned with one’s own life
of or relating to an autobiography
- Autobiography of alice b. toklas
a memoir (1933) by Gertrude Stein.
noun See auto body
bus1 (def 1). Historical Examples At five o’clock he was taken to a hospital, having been run over by an autobus. Making Money Owen Johnson