chronicle (part of speech: noun)
docket, album, history, catalog, chronicle, record, narrative, log, register, account, yearbook, autobiography, cashbook, recital, biography, scrapbook, book, index, newspaper, archive, inventory, bank-book, memorandum, chronology, statement, diary, enumeration, daybook, notebook, description, memo, calendar, journal, newsletter, ledger, epic
report (part of speech: noun)
prose (part of speech: noun)
myth, yarn, allegory, fiction, story, prosaicness, recount, novella, scenario, plainness, serial, legend, prose, novel, episode, reminiscence, reading matter, romance, saga, short story, retelling, parable, storyline, fable, plot, tale
- Two long perfect days they had spent on the sea, with an old fisherman, full of anecdote, and his young grandson to sail the boat. - "Winding Paths", Gertrude Page.
- It had reference to an anecdote Dr. Jessop had just been telling him- about a little girl, one of our doctor's patients, who in some passionate struggle had hurt herself very much with a knife. - "John Halifax, Gentleman", Dinah Maria Mulock Craik.
- And whenever a light or ludicrous anecdote is proper to be recorded, it is generally better to throw it into a note, than to run the hazard of becoming too familiar. - "The Grammar of English Grammars", Goold Brown.