Definition of chronicle :
1. A narrative of events; a history; a record.
2. An historical register or account of facts or events disposed in the order of time.
3. The two canonical books of the Old Testament in which immediately follow 2 Kings.
4. To record in a history or chronicle; to record; to register.
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chronicle (part of speech: verb)
diary, recital, enumeration, book, epic, scrapbook, memorandum, statement, minute, record, journal, description, newspaper, cashbook, bank-book, catalog, register, ledger, memo, narrative, newsletter, enumerate, autobiography, index, docket, daybook, notebook, anecdote, account, album, inventory, archive, note, clock, journalize, log, chronology, history, biography, yearbook, calendar
chronology (part of speech: noun)
book (part of speech: noun)
list (part of speech: verb)
lexicon, audit, budget, recording, annual, check, detail, recount, summarize, summary, manifest, schedule, repertory, scroll, score, documentation, count, logbook, bill, thesaurus, total, treasury, document, collection, sum, file, cash book, annals, itemize, storybook, menu, roll, workbook, waybill, table, store, pad, census, roster, tally, tablet, invoice, dictionary, blank-book, digest, tabulate, collect, itemization, list, novel, registry
report (part of speech: verb)
prose (part of speech: noun)
plainness, scenario, retelling, prosaicness, allegory, romance, reading matter, plot, myth, legend, storyline, short story, saga, yarn, fable, novella, prose, parable, serial, tale, story, fiction, episode, reminiscence
- I am not trying to keep the lovers apart for any mere purposes of fiction,- this is a true chronicle, and they stayed apart most of that winter. - "Coniston, Book I.", Winston Churchill.
- On Thursday morning, the day after the fire, the best showing the morning journals could make was a small combination sheet bearing the unique heading, " Call- Chronicle- Examiner." - "Complete Story of the San Francisco Horror", Richard Linthicum Trumbull White Samuel Fallows.
- But to the chronicle! - "London to Ladysmith via Pretoria", Winston Spencer Churchill.