- 1(Of a record of events) following the order in which they occurred: the entries are in chronological orderMore example sentences
- The chapters, which followed a chronological order, were basically chapters on the history of politics and ideas.
- The records are lovingly arranged in his home in chronological order.
- The events are presented in chronological order of occurrence.
- 1.1Calculated in terms of the passage of time: medical decisions should be based on the individual’s biological age, not chronological ageMore example sentences
- We treat ‘breakfast’ as a relative rather than chronological term around here and apply it to the first meal of the day, whenever that might occur.
- And third, the nature of the chronological and psychological passage from youth to adulthood has changed in extraordinary ways.
- In chronological terms, Paviland is early in the European series of burials and is actually the earliest with a firm radiocarbon date measured directly on human bone.
- 1.2Relating to the establishment of dates of past events: the diary provided a chronological framework for the eventsMore example sentences
- By contrast, scientists working from a creation perspective view all significant geological events within a Biblical chronological framework.
- Little, a history professor, is good at chronological exposition and boasts a hefty bibliography.
- I am just trying to ascertain - you are advancing a sort of tight chronological argument based on dates.
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- They need to know every address at which you've ever lived, working chronologically backwards from your current one.
- Thereafter all the material is arranged chronologically.
- My collection is in alphabetical order by artist, and then chronologically within a given artist.