Definition of historiographical in US English:

historiographical

adjective

  • See historiography

    • ‘This is strange, because it directly conflicts with a second major element in his historiographical outlook.’
    • ‘How can we raise a secure and objective historiographical edifice on such flimsy foundations?’
    • ‘The two best known are, of course, Wolsey and More, figures whose profile has been substantially skewed by historiographical spin.’
    • ‘They appeal too much to the respectability of historiographical standards.’
    • ‘The analysis stops there, though, leaving the reader to assess the possible contradictions between historiographical and ideological goals.’

Pronunciation

historiographical

/hɪˌstɔriəˈɡræfək(ə)l//hiˌstôrēəˈɡrafək(ə)l/