chronologize

[kruh-nol-uh-jahyz]

verb (used with object), chro·nol·o·gized, chro·nol·o·giz·ing.

to arrange in chronological order.

Nearby words

  1. chronol.,
  2. chronological,
  3. chronological age,
  4. chronological order,
  5. chronologist,
  6. chronology,
  7. chronometer,
  8. chronometric,
  9. chronometry,
  10. chronon

Also especially British, chro·nol·o·gise.

Origin of chronologize

First recorded in 1610–20; chronolog(y) + -ize

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