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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of chronicle.

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Examples

  • Which as a wicked man durst scarce say, so think I, none so simple would say, that Asop lied in the tales of his beasts: for who thinks that Asop wrote it for actually true, were well worthy to have his name chronicled among the beasts he writeth of.

    English literary criticism

  • One singular fact, often remarked, but never, that I know of, chronicled, is this, that a horse carrying

    Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • And therefore though he recount things not true, yet because he telleth them not for true he lieth not; without we will say that Nathan lied in his speech, before alleged, to David; which, as a wicked man durst scarce say, so think I none so simple would say that Æsop lied in the tales of his beasts; for who thinketh that Æsop wrote it for actually true, were well worthy to have his name chronicled among the beasts he writeth of.

    The Defense of Poesy

  • Surely, the incident Webbb chronicled is less “perverse” than America’s history of slavery.

    Waldo Jaquith - Allen angry about “Lost Soldiers.”

  • I come to you heartwhole and passionless, without a single love-word chronicled in my girlhood's history, or a single incident you may not know.

    Temporal Power

  • The character of Juno perfectly personifies the growing secularism of young people that we have chronicled in this book.

    American Grace

  • She herself has said that being a working mother is hard and has chronicled her stressful days, and has complained of late that the public is unfairly mean to her.

    Blythe To Gwyneth: 'Take Care Of Yourself!'

  • For the record, as chronicled in Scoreboard, Baby, Seattle police detective Maryann Parker did a superb job investigating allegations that Jerramy Stevens, a walk-on-water tight end for the Washington Huskies, raped and sodomized a young virgin at a Sigma Chi party in June of 2000.

    Norm Stamper: Football's Sex Offenders and Their Law Enforcement Defenders

  • Though her pictures of celebrities, particularly those of Monroe on the set of The Misfits, have come to define her in the mainstream, Arnold also chronicled the lives of the poor and the dispossessed, travelling to Cuba, Russia and Afghanistan, as well as China.

    The big picture: Eve Arnold's Bar Girl in a Brothel in the Red Light District, Havana, 1954

  • For the record, as chronicled in Scoreboard, Baby, Seattle police detective Maryann Parker did a superb job investigating allegations that Jerramy Stevens, a walk-on-water tight end for the Washington Huskies, raped and sodomized a young virgin at a Sigma Chi party in June of 2000.

    Norm Stamper: Football's Sex Offenders and Their Law Enforcement Defenders

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