chronicle in English

noun
1
a factual written account of important or historical events in the order of their occurrence.
Sources of historical data include ancient inscriptions, annals, chronicles , governmental and private estate records, maritime and commercial records, personal papers, and scientific writings.
synonyms: record written account history annals archive(s) log diary journal
verb
1
record (a related series of events) in a factual and detailed way.
his work chronicles 20th-century displacement and migration

Use "chronicle" in a sentence

Below are sample sentences containing the word "chronicle" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "chronicle", or refer to the context using the word "chronicle" in the English Dictionary.

1. Chronicle wire services contributed to this report.

2. Thus, the UN Chronicle warned: “Societies are disintegrating.”

3. 9 Chronicle wire services contributed to this report.

4. Jinnō Shōtōki: A Chronicle of Gods and Sovereigns.

5. 1 I heard the sad chronicle of his accidents.

6. 3 The Chronicle has pretensions to being a serious newspaper.

7. His diaries chronicle each phase of irritation with novelistic detail.

8. Our chronicle is representative, but as we said, incomplete.

9. 8 Chronicle staff writer Stephen Schwartz contributed to this report.

10. As it happens, the Chronicle report was a little overwrought.

11. James's Chronicle wrote contemptuously of " a foolish, obstinate, and unrelenting King. "

12. 20 Sara Ball is a science writer intern at the Cornell Chronicle.

13. The Sunday Chronicle contained sports reports from its inception in 18

14. 4 The newly - published chronicle breaks down into eight major parts.

15. 7 Our chronicle is representative, but as we said,(www.Sentencedict.com) incomplete.

16. 6 "The Chronicle" ran a three-page story on the flood.

17. 14 There's time enough left to you to fill whole chronicle chronicles.

18. The film has equal parts personal portrait, historical chronicle, and transcendental rumination.

19. Nothin but a piteous lowercase $ 500 justness in a chronicle shelter policy.

20. 22 The Sunday Chronicle contained sports reports from its inception in 18

21. Her latest novel is a chronicle of life in a Devon village.

22. 25 After that, the Old Testament is exclusively a chronicle of the Hebrews.

23. 5 Her latest novel is a chronicle of life in a Devon village.

24. 7 Nothin but a piteous lowercase $ 500 justness in a chronicle shelter policy.

25. We're all uncomfortable with the idea of a chronicle of our family.

26. 14 Well a new share this is really freak, tombs for freya chronicle.

27. 2 He has produced a chronicle of his life during the war years.

28. 10 After that, the Old Testament is exclusively a chronicle of the Hebrews.

29. 23 Perhaps the first to chronicle this dream was the Greek satirist Lucian.

30. 21 After that, the Old Testament is exclusively a chronicle of the Hebrews.

31. In volume 2, the Ladakhi Chronicle describes the partition by King Sykid-Ida-ngeema-gon of his kingdom between his three sons, and then the chronicle described the extent of territory secured by that son.

32. It was formally described a year later by John Lindley in The Gardeners' Chronicle.

33. The ancient Anglo- Saxon Chronicle said that “men were greatly wonder- stricken and affrighted.”

34. This event is recorded on the Babylonian Chronicle, a cuneiform tablet discovered by archaeologists.

35. 27 He wrote the event up for the straights of the San Francisco Chronicle.

36. When we need a family chronicle written by a libelist, we know who to call.

37. According to the Primary Chronicle the Rus' elite initially consisted of Varangians from Scandinavia.

38. On its stomach are cast the Diamond Sutra and the county chronicle of Cangzhou.

39. The chronicle is filled with details and anecdotes about the city and the court.

40. 16 I tried, also, to accompany and chronicle whatever we did together with talk.

41. The book is a social and cultural chronicle of the years that Monet spent at Giverny.

42. 11) The gossip columnist was paid to chronicle the latest escapades of the socially prominent celebrities.

43. With the information that he collected, he compiled a 30-volume chronicle of his travels.

44. Heo Hwang-ok is a legendary queen mentioned in the 13th-century chronicle Samguk Yusa.

45. The chronicle of the strikes, and the deadly bitterness they engendered, is a sorrowful one.

46. 17 The Chronicle argues that reporters have a limited constitutional right not to disclose confidential sources.

47. I am one of 208 people Steven Brill interviewed for his education-reform chronicle Class Warfare.

48. The Chronicle Almanac shows that new assistant professors in foreign language earned 000 dollars last year.

49. 11 In the minister's opinion Nestor's chronicle was a treasure whose worth should not be questioned.

50. The memoir eloquent chronicle of Lee Kuan Yew's extensive experiences in statecraft, politics and international diplomacy.