Definition of narrative :
1. Apt or inclined to relate stories, or to tell particulars of events; story- telling; garrulous.
2. Of or pertaining to narration; relating to the particulars of an event or transaction.
3. That which is narrated; the recital of a story; a continuous account of the particulars of an event or transaction; a story.
storey, narrated, narration, tarradiddle, annals, chronological, communicative, taradiddle, memorial, level, sequential, reported, historical, words, fib, muniment, write up, news report, recounted, version, retold, floor, archives, communicatory
chronicle (part of speech: noun)
diary, album, epic, cashbook, catalog, record, memorandum, ledger, register, account, yearbook, archive, calendar, recital, bank-book, scrapbook, biography, history, newspaper, anecdote, index, autobiography, memo, chronicle, statement, description, docket, chronology, notebook, daybook, log, book, inventory, newsletter, journal, enumeration
report (part of speech: noun)
prose (part of speech: noun)
novella, romance, prose, fictional, myth, recount, fable, plot, novel, reading matter, scenario, plainness, short story, saga, allegory, reminiscence, parable, retelling, prosaic, tale, storyline, serial, yarn, prosaicness, fiction, episode, legend, story
- The narrative has gone into history, and it is not necessary to repeat it. - "A Victorious Union SERIES: The Blue and the Gray--Afloat", Oliver Optic.
- We may use all the narrative of Christ's work upon earth in the flesh as a type of His spiritual work. - "The Master's Indwelling", Andrew Murray.
- When the narrative was ended, he who had spoken and he who had listened sat staring at the fire. - "Audrey", Mary Johnston.