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chronological

chron·o·log·i·cal

chronological

 
pronunciation:
kra n la jih kl
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: according to the sequence in which things happen.
The first part of the history test consisted of arranging events in chronological order.Most novels present a chronological telling of their story.
synonyms:
consecutive, sequential, successive
similar words:
dated, numbered, ordered, progressive, serial
definition 2: related to the measurement of time or the science of chronology.
His chronological age was only fifty, but the disease made him appear much older.
derivations: chronologic (adj.), chronologically (adv.)
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