from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Arranged in order of time of occurrence.
- adj. Relating to or in accordance with chronology.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. In order of time from the earliest to the latest
- adj. In units of time.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to chronology; containing an account of events in the order of time; according to the order of time: as, a chronological table or narrative; a chronological arrangement of works of art.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. relating to or arranged according to temporal order
Bringing you here created considerable temporal strain -- what we call chronological warping -- and while you were asleep, I dispatched a field team to try to figure out what's involved.
This deal where they recently put the books in "chronological" order just didn't suit me.
The summer school lasted for a week, and this gave the foreign visitors a rare opportunity to see the whole of the Escorial systematically and in chronological order, which is not a feat that can be accomplished even in a single day.
Did you write it in chronological order, or did you keep shifting back and forth between the Korean War period in the early 1950s, New York in the 1980s, and China in the 1930s, as you do in the book?
These are numbered in chronological order, from January to December.
Behold these tweets, which are pasted here in chronological order:
Here's the list I've come up with (in chronological order):
Finally, I needed to have all the earthquakes in chronological order, which was the reverse of the order given on the web page:
About this editionThroughout the edition, letters are presented in chronological order, each letter being assigned its own number.
It's also the twenty-seventh Valdemar book, going by publication order, and is currently the seventh book in chronological order.