Memoir

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  • 3 memoir — [mem′wär΄, mem′wôr΄] n. [Fr mémoire, masc., a memorandum, memoir, fem., memory < L memoria,MEMORY] 1. a biography, usually one written by someone who knew the subject well 2. [pl.] an autobiography, esp. one that is objective and anecdotal in… …

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  • 4 Memoir — Mem oir, or pl. Memoirs Mem oirs, n. [F. m[ e]moire, m., memorandum, fr. m[ e]moire, f., memory, L. memoria. See {Memory}.] 1. A memorial account; a history composed from personal experience and memory; an account of transactions or events… …

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  • 5 memoir — index account (report), memorandum, recollection, story (narrative) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 6 memoir — (n.) early 15c., written record, from Anglo Fr. memorie note, memorandum, something written to be kept in mind (early 15c., O.Fr. memoire), from L. memoria (see MEMORY (Cf. memory)). Meaning person s written account of his life is from 1670s …

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  • 7 memoir — *biography, life, autobiography, confessions …

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  • 8 memoir — [n] record of experiences account, anecdote, annal, autobiography, bio*, biography, chronicle, confessions, diary, discourse, dissertation, essay, journal, life, life story, memory, monograph, narrative, note, recollection, register, reminiscence …

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  • 9 memoir — ► NOUN 1) a historical account or biography written from personal knowledge. 2) (memoirs) an account written by a public figure of their life and experiences. ORIGIN French mémoire memory …

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  • 10 Memoir — For other uses, see Memoir (disambiguation). A memoir (from French: mémoire / Latin: memoria, meaning memory, or reminiscence), is a literary genre, forming a subclass of autobiography – although the terms memoir and autobiography are almost… …

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  • 11 memoir — noun (sometimes memoirs) ADJECTIVE ▪ personal ▪ a personal memoir of these important events ▪ childhood ▪ O Connor published a childhood memoir. ▪ …

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  • 12 memoir — /mem wahr, wawr/, n. 1. a record of events written by a person having intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. 2. Usually, memoirs. a. an account of one s personal life and experiences; autobiography. b. the published record… …

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  • 13 memoir — [[t]me̱mwɑː(r)[/t]] memoirs 1) N PLURAL: usu with poss A person s memoirs are a written account of the people who they have known and events that they remember. If you ve read my earlier memoirs you ll know all about it... In his memoirs, De… …

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  • 14 memoir — UK [ˈmemˌwɑː(r)] / US [ˈmemˌwɑr] noun Word forms memoir : singular memoir plural memoirs 1) memoirs [plural] an account of someone s experiences written by that person, especially the experiences of someone who has taken part in important… …

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  • 15 memoir — noun 1) a touching memoir of her childhood Syn: account, history, record, chronicle, narrative, story, portrayal, depiction, sketch, portrait, profile, biography, monograph 2) (memoirs) …

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  • 16 memoir — noun 1) a touching memoir of her childhood Syn: account, history, record, chronicle, narrative, story, portrayal, depiction, portrait, profile 2) he published his memoirs in 1955 Syn: autobi …

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  • 17 memoir — noun Etymology: Middle French memoire, from memoire memory, from Latin memoria Date: 1571 1. an official note or report ; memorandum 2. a. a narrative composed from personal experience b. autobiography usually used in plural c. biography …

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  • 18 memoir — noun /ˈmɛmˌwɑr/ a) An autobiography; a book describing the personal experiences of an author. When I retire, Im going to write my memoirs. b) Any form of narrative describing the personal experiences of a writer. See Also: memory …

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  • 19 memoir — Synonyms and related words: Clio, Muse of history, account, accounts, adventures, adversaria, aide memoire, anecdote, annals, annotation, article, autobiography, biographical sketch, biography, case history, causerie, chronicle, chronicles,… …

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  • 20 memoir — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. record; reminiscence, autobiography. See description, memory. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. life story, diary, autobiography; see biography , journal 1 . III (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A narrative of… …

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