Definition of Chronicled

1. Verb. (past of chronicle) ¹



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Definition of Chronicled

1. chronicle [v] - See also: chronicle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chronicled

chronic traumatic encephalopathy
chronic trypanosomiasis
chronic ulcer
chronic ulcerative proctitis
chronic urticaria
chronic venous insufficiency
chronic vertigo
chronic wasting disease
chronical
chronically
chronicalness
chronicities
chronicity
chronick
chronicle
chronicled (current term)
chronicler
chroniclers
chronicles
chronicling
chronicon
chronicons
chronics
chrono-
chrono-oncology
chronoamperometric
chronoamperometry
chronobiologic
chronobiological
chronobiologically

Literary usage of Chronicled

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1. A Rebel War Clerk's Diary at the Confederate States Capital by John Beauchamp Jones (1866)
"I append it, as the first success chronicled for a great length of time. " HEADQUARTERS, ETC., March 9th, 1865. "HoN. JC BRECKINRIDGE, SECRETARY OP WAR. ..."

2. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart by John Gibson Lockhart (1837)
"and my two years of wakening, will be chronicled, doubtless. But the dead will feel no pain. again to poor Lady to talk over old stories. ..."

3. Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, F.R.S. by Samuel Pepys, Richard Nebille-Griffin Braybrooke, John A. Smith (1854)
"Their sayings, their doings, their manners, their costume, will be found faithfully chronicled in this work, which also includes the most interesting of ..."

4. The New York Times Current History (1918)
"CURRENT HISTORY chronicled [PERIOD ENDED JAN. 23,.] SUMMARY OP THE MONTH'S DEVELOPMENTS NO important military events occurred on any of the fronts during ..."

5. The Life of Marguerite D'Angoulême,Queen of Navarre, Duchesse D'Alençon and by Martha Walker Freer (1856)
"CHAPTER I. Birth of the princess Marguerite—The event is chronicled by Louisa of Savoy in her Journal—Baptism of the princess—Marguerite's descent— Marriage ..."

6. Recollections of Samuel Breck: With Passages from His Notebooks (1771-1862) by Samuel Breck, Horace Elisha Scudder (1877)
"Certain it is that Hancock often yielded from feeling rather than from judgment One flattered, and another chronicled the news of the day, a third bespoke ..."

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