a chronological record of events; a history.
to record in or as in a chronicle.
- chron·i·cler, noun
- un·chron·i·cled, adjective
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How to use chronicle in a sentence
River officials did not allow him to take with him the two envelopes with the manuscripts of these chronicles and other articles.
I began to write these chronicles at Bossier with the simple goal of distracting my mind from the hell in which I was immersed.
Thirst, her debut, didn’t emerge for six more years, but those post-hike chronicles provided the details that make it such a compelling read.
His resulting chronicle became a bestselling book, The Outlaw Ocean, but that only spurred Urbina to go farther.A Quest to Expose the World’s Most Dangerous Frontier | Outside Editors | May 11, 2021 | Outside Online
She welcomed trail magic from strangers who followed her journey online via her frank Instagram chronicles.Emily Ford Hiked 1,200 Miles in the Dead of Winter | Grayson Haver Currin | May 4, 2021 | Outside Online
This monthly series will chronicle the history of the American century as seen through the eyes of its novelists.
Reprinted with permission from WWII: A chronicle of Soldiering by James Jones, published by the University of Chicago Press.Blood in the Sand: When James Jones Wrote a Grunt’s View of D-Day | James Jones | November 15, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The San Francisco chronicle called it "choppy and flawed," CNN "a bizarre failure."
Rather, it offers readers “a chronicle of everyday life, and the narratives which define it.”
One video that contains the searing truth about guns is the one made by the Rochester Democrat & chronicle.The NRA’s Multimillion-Dollar New Ad Campaign Is Despicable | Michael Daly | September 8, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Without the use of these actions most of the advances we are about to chronicle would not have been effected.The Recent Revolution in Organ Building | George Laing Miller
It becomes the duty of the historian of the Portsmouth Road to chronicle these things, but here duty and inclination part company.The Portsmouth Road and Its Tributaries | Charles G. Harper
Under that first stone there were deposited a number of coins, two scrolls, and one newspaper—the Preston chronicle.Our Churches and Chapels | Atticus
The succeeding pages of this book contain the chronicle of the nine delightful months that followed my departure from America.In Africa | John T. McCutcheon
As Mr. Harwood is to appear frequently in this chronicle, it may be well to summarize briefly the facts of his history.A Hoosier Chronicle | Meredith Nicholson
British Dictionary definitions for chronicle
a record or register of events in chronological order
(tr) to record in or as if in a chronicle
- chronicler, noun
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