noun (used with a plural verb)
Origin of annals
Definition for annals (2 of 2)
Origin of annal
Examples from the Web for annals
But birthed out of the annals of Reddit and onto heavily trafficked pop-culture sites, “Too Many Cooks” has become mainstream.There Are More 'Too Many Cooks' Where That First Fever Dream Came From|Kevin Fallon|November 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the annals of 21st-century Latin American religion, it was a historic moment.America’s Fastest Growing Death Holiday Is From Mexico|Michael Schulson|November 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Nothing like it had ever been pulled off in the annals of New York City crime.
Filed away within the annals of the New York Historical Society, it escaped the notice of those who oversaw the archives.
The annals of American violence include countless workplace shootings.The Muslim Convert Behind America’s First Workplace Beheading|Michael Daly|September 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Pauls arrival is one of the most impressive points in the annals of the town.The Story of Perugia|Margaret Symonds
History will record their acts as the most amazing in the annals of Great Britain.Psycho-Phone Messages|Francis Grierson
Let us renounce and throw off forever the yoke of a tyranny more oppressive than any in the annals of the world.Elson Grammar School Literature, Book Four.|William H. Elson
This was the origin of the Abbey of Eeckhout (oak wood) famous in the annals of Bruges.The Story of Bruges|Ernest Gilliat-Smith
The imposing aspect of the comet in 1066 described in European chronicles of that time is confirmed by the Chinese Annals.Astronomical Curiosities|J. Ellard Gore