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hagiography August 3, 2010

Posted by vocabulry in Uncategorized.
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1. A biography that idealizes or idolizes the person (especially a person who is a saint)

2. An uncritical biography, treating its subject with undue reverence.

“There’s a whiff of hagiography in the sometimes sympathetic portrayal of the gang. But then, one man’s terrorist…”

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