/ˈmɛm wɑr ɪst, -wɔr-/
a person who writes
a biography or historical account, esp one based on personal knowledge
an essay or monograph, as on a specialized topic
[C16: from French, from Latin
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The memoirist's habit of stealing credit from others to burnish his crime-busting image has infected the narrative.
As a memoirist, you have to crack your head open and examine every uncomfortable thing in there.
Interviews are arranged alphabetically by the name of the memoirist, giving the corresponding reel number.
She brings together three traditions of listening: that of the memoirist, the clinician, and the ethnographer.
The mischievous memoirist delivers a powerful first novel about a road trip of global proportions.