Synonyms of 'chronicle'
to record in or as if in a chronicleThe rise of collectivism in Britain has been chronicled by several historians.
In her letters she records the domestic and social details of life in China.
He told his story to a national newspaper.
Several newspapers reported the decision.
Prue entered the passage in her notebook, then read it aloud again.
He was relating a story he had once heard.
We registered his birth.
He then recounted the story.
The film is a story about power, narrated by an old sailor.
put on record, ,
a record of events in chronological orderthis vast chronicle of Napoleonic times
Keep a record of all the payments.
a popular love story with a happy ending
his magnificent history of broadcasting in Canada
I gave a detailed account of what had happened that night.
registers of births, deaths and marriages
On the plane he wrote in his journal.
the most famous descriptive passage in his diary
narrative, , ,
He began his narrative with the day of the murder.
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in the sense of account
a report or descriptionI gave a detailed account of what had happened that night.
in the sense of diary
a book containing a record of daily events, appointments, or observationsthe most famous descriptive passage in his diary
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