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Definition of "biographic" [bi•o•graph•ic]

  • Biographical (adjective)

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Use "biographic" in a sentence
  • "Mr. Scheuer is out to present something perhaps slightly different from a biography — more a guide to understanding Osama bin Laden, with biographic features included, because he sees bin Laden as America's central adversary."
  • "These are the nuclei of your biographic mass, which can and will be compiled about you by any number of interested entities, whether they are marketers or hiring managers."
  • "But what we are talking about specifically in terms of best practices sharing is with respect to biographic data, biometric data, how one identifies who are are refugees, who are asylum seekers."