- arranged in the order of time: a chronological list of events.
- pertaining to or in accordance with chronology: a chronological process.
Origin of chronological
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Related Wordssequential, historical, classified, dated, ordered, progressive, temporal, sequent, chronographic, chronologic, chronometric, chronometrical, junctural, tabulated
Examples from the Web for chronologic
Jerome, as is well known, gave up all attempts to harmonise the chronologic data as a hopeless problem.The Expositor's Bible: The First Book of Kings
F. W. Farrar
To each period of the chronologic reckoning should be added the 1900 years of our era.Men of the Old Stone Age
Henry Fairfield Osborn
The question is not certainly of any great importance; and we notice it only to make a parade of our chronologic acumen.The Posthumous Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. II (2 vols)
Thomas De Quincey
Other methods may be classed as special; they are the chronologic, the comparative, the individual, etc.
No other event is recorded, the dance serving merely as a chronologic point.
chronologic (ˌkrɒnəˈlɒdʒɪk, ˌkrəʊ-)
- (esp of a sequence of events) arranged in order of occurrence
- relating to or in accordance with chronology
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Word Origin and History for chronologic
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