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  1. chron·i·cle
    IPA[ˈkränək(ə)l]
  2. noun

    • 1. a factual written account of important or historical events in the order of their occurrence:

      a vast chronicle of Spanish history the rebels' demands for personal freedom are conspicuous in the chronicles
    • 2. a work of fiction or nonfiction that describes a particular series of events:

      a chronicle of his life during the war years

    verb

    • 1. record (a related series of events) in a factual and detailed way:

      his work chronicles 20th-century displacement and migration
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: chronicle, plural noun: chronicles

    • v.: verb: chronicle, 3rd person present: chronicles, gerund or present participle: chronicling, past tense: chronicled, past participle: chronicled

    • noun

      a factual written account of important or historical events in the order of their occurrence:

      a fictitious or factual work describing a series of events:

    • verb

      record (a series of events) in a factual and detailed way:
    • the name of two books of the Bible, recording the history of Israel and Judah until the return from Exile (536 bc).
    • the name of two books of the Bible, recording the history of Israel and Judah until the return from Exile (536 bc).
    • noun

      a historical drama consisting of a series of short episodes arranged chronologically.
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