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chronicle

chron·i·cle

chronicle

 
pronunciation:
kra nih kl
parts of speech:
noun, transitive verb
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part of speech: noun
definition: an account of events arranged according to the order in which those events took place.
We can read about these battles in the chronicles that were written during those times.
synonyms:
annals, chronology, history
similar words:
account, commentary, list, log, narrative, record, saga, story, tale
 
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: chronicled, chronicles, chronicling
definition: to record or narrate in the form of a chronicle.
The tabloids chronicled the events leading up to the couple's divorce.
synonyms:
recount
similar words:
document, list, narrate, recite, record, relate, tell
derivation: chronicler (n.)
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