chronicle definition

  • noun:
    • a protracted account in prose or verse of historical activities, occasionally including famous material, provided in chronological order and without authorial explanation or remark.
    • reveal narrative record or report.
    • See Dining Table at Bible.
    • A written account of events so when they took place, ordered by time.
    • An historical register or account of details or events disposed in the region of time.
    • A narrative of occasions; a brief history; a record.
    • both canonical books regarding the Old-Testament where immediately follow 2 Kings.
    • A historical account of facts or activities disposed in the near order of time; a brief history; especially, a bare or simple record of events within their order of time.
    • Figuratively, whatever documents, contains, conveys, or reveals history.
    • In addition chronicon.
    • Synonyms background, Chronicle, Annals, an such like. (see history); sign-up, record, diary, journal, narrative, story.
    • a record or narrative information of previous occasions
    • a prolonged account in prose or verse of historic activities, often including legendary product, provided in chronological order and without authorial interpretation or remark.
    • an in depth narrative record or report.
    • See Table at Bible.
    • A written account of activities and when they happened, bought by-time.
    • An historical register or account of realities or activities disposed in the near order of time.
    • A narrative of events; a history; accurate documentation.
    • both canonical publications regarding the Old Testament in which immediately follow 2 Kings.
    • A historical account of details or occasions disposed in the near order of time; a brief history; particularly, a bare or simple record of events in their purchase period.
    • Figuratively, something that files, contains, conveys, or implies history.
    • In addition chronicon.
    • Synonyms background, Chronicle, Annals, etc. (identify record); register, record, diary, journal, narrative, story.
    • a record or narrative information of previous activities
  • verb-transitive:
    • To record in or perhaps in the form of a historical record.
    • To record in a brief history or chronicle; to record; to register.
    • To record in or in the type of a historical record.
    • To capture in a history or chronicle; to record; to join up.
  • verb:
    • To capture in or such as a chronicle.
    • record in chronological purchase; make a historical record
    • To capture in or such as a chronicle.
    • record in chronological order; make a historical record
  • others:
    • To record in a chronicle; narrate; register as record.
    • Synonyms enroll, etc. See record, v.
    • To capture in a chronicle; narrate; register as history.
    • Synonyms Register, etc. See record, v.

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