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adjective as in historical

adjective as in recorded


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The project will also serve as a definitive chronicle of the history of space exploration, examining how this major milestone was reached and contemplating its implications for the future.

From Time

Plus, since I tend to unnecessarily share these kitchen chronicles on social media, my friends like to get in on the action by sending over their own recipes and ideas.

From Eater

A chronicle of the unimaginable toll the pandemic had on restaurants and bars, including how many transformed to survive

From Eater

Many of those lessons were painful, a chronicle of misery and loss.

His harrowing escape from Vienna when Hitler took Austria in March 1938 is dramatically chronicled in his memoirs.

He returned home a pauper without a pension and 50 years later, at 70, chronicled the travails of the War of Independence.

And it's that daunting task that is chronicled in Becoming Belle Knox.

Season one of OITNB chronicled her clumsy, fumbling attempts to get her legs under her so she could run for safety.

The second siege, chronicled vividly by the poet Amir Khusro, was ferocious.

Georgie now, to her astonishment, found her movements invariably chronicled in the society journals.

Reports of the most ridiculous character were duly chronicled as facts by the newspapers of the day.

Their first three or four days' journeys were without any event worth being chronicled.

Yet is it here chronicled as a fact, on the authority of trustworthy witnesses, the adventurers themselves.

It was chronicled, however, in the Icelandic sagas and brought to light by antiquaries of the highest authority.

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On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chronicled, such as: actual, ancient, archival, classical, factual, and real.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.