Definition of historiographic in English:

historiographic

adjective

  • See historiography

    • ‘Domination, submission, and re-achievement of domination marks their historiographic trajectory.’
    • ‘The historiographic can now only thrive in these interstitial spaces.’
    • ‘And here again, I think it's time to reiterate my plea for the historiographic interpretation of continuing characters.’
    • ‘My fourth methodological move offers a historiographic practice to feminist rhetorical studies.’
    • ‘The importance of this effort, as the contributors show, is not exclusively historical or historiographic.’

Pronunciation

historiographic

/hɪˌstɒrɪɒɡrəˈɡrafɪk//hɪˌstɔːrɪɒɡrəˈɡrafɪk/