Simple Definition of chronological
: arranged in the order that things happened or came to be
: using time as a measurement
Full Definition of chronological
: of, relating to, or arranged in or according to the order of time <chronological tables of American history>; also : reckoned in units of time <chronological age>
chronologicallyplay \-ji-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
Examples of chronological in a sentence
His art is displayed in roughly chronological order.
a chronological account of their trip
First Known Use of chronological
Variants of chronological
Rhymes with chronological
astrological, biological, Christological, cosmological, cryptological, ecological, ethnological, extralogical, gemological, graphological, horological, morphological, mycological, mythological, neurological, oncological, pathological, pedagogical, philological, phrenological, psychological, scatological, seismological, tautological, technological, theological, topological, typological, zoological
CHRONOLOGICAL Defined for Kids
Definition of chronological for Students
: arranged in or according to the order of time <She wrote a chronological account of their journey.>
Word Root of chronological
The Greek word chronos, meaning “time,” gives us the root chron. Words from the Greek chronos have something to do with time. The chronological order of events is the order in which they happened in time. Anything that is chronic lasts for a very long time. A chronicle is a telling of events in the order in which they happened in time.
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