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Definition of "hagiographic" [ha•gi•o•graph•ic]

  • Of or pertaining to hagiography. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "hagiographic" in a sentence
  • "He is joined by self-promoting individuals like Randall Terry, who is willing to force a senior Vatican official into a humiliating apology to fellow bishops so that he can get himself some column inches, and Frank Pavone, who places his own face on his antiabortion billboards and for whom the term hagiographic was coined."
  • "Allan Benton, a smoked-bacon artisan in Madisonville, Tenn., has received the kind of hagiographic accolades from food magazines and celebrity chefs usually reserved for food magazines and celebrity chefs."
  • "According to Phipps, students of Aurobindo and the Mother have a tendency to take this kind of hagiographic inflation to extreme heights."
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