chronicled in English

verb
1
record (a related series of events) in a factual and detailed way.
his work chronicles 20th-century displacement and migration

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1. They chronicled all the remarkable happenings of the Second World War.

2. He chronicled his family before Nicholas Nixon or Emmet Gowin did theirs.

3. Erik chronicled a litany of childhood horrors during eight days under direct examination.

4. All wobbly warble and throaty swallow, Lindsay Phillips sings as if he's endured every hardship chronicled in his ominous lyrics.

5. After all, it was written during the lifetime of all those involved in the events being chronicled.

6. She was, like, putting out this monthly zine called Dorothy or something, in which her life was chronicled.

7. The history and hoopla of the Games is chronicled on bulletin boards, and the Olympics are incorporated into classes.

8. But what could a kid know about such goings-on as were chronicled in the pages she had read?

9. 15 All wobbly warble and throaty swallow, Lindsay Phillips sings as if he's endured every hardship chronicled in his ominous lyrics.

10. The Bloomsbury Group is only one of dozens of such groups, albeit one whose antics have been chronicled at numbing length.

11. Earlier this year, in the Journal of Psychosocial Nursing, she chronicled the latest research on 'the influences of disordered eating in prepubescent children.'

12. Halley's Comet is likely the most famous comet in the world, even depicted in the Bayeux Tapestry that chronicled the Battle of Hastings of 10

13. While filming the lavishly produced Cleopatra in 19 she started a torrid, tabloid-chronicled affair with Richard Burton, who played Mark Antony and who was also married at the time.