chronicle[ kron-i-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF chronicle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHRONICLE
To such straits has the Chronicle reduced the citizens of Washington.
Daily Chronicle: We have seldom read a better piece of mystification.
What he saw in the waistcoat to chronicle I confess I have failed to see.
But this particular year—the year in which this chronicle begins—no draft had been received.
And, so says the chronicle, the eyes of none were dry when they turned home again.
These are all old stories, and the "Times" and the "Chronicle" are full of them.
All that about the pigs and the poultry is as good as the Farmer's Chronicle.'
I am not about to chronicle how time now rolled over the characters of our story.
Is it anything more than a well-prepared annal or chronicle?
This chronicle must have a place amongst standard books of reference.