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- adv. In a chronological manner.
- adv. In sequence according to time.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a chronological manner; in a manner according with the order of time, the series of events, or the rules of chronology; with regard to the true order of events; as regards chronology.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with respect to chronology
Working chronologically is not working for me; I keep longing for that battle.
The International Division Collection files are arranged by country and this information ranges chronologically from the 1840's to the present and geographically to include over 90 nations.
Now fast forward to HULK. the Stark scene chronologically is right after Fury approaches him about the Avengers.
A guided tour takes the visitor room by room that is set up chronologically from the beginning of exploration to discovering North America.
As we move either geographically or chronologically from a lower to a higher civilization, we observe that a larger and larger number of men are dissatisfied with themselves and their surroundings.
But "Il" is clearly the last name chronologically when one says his name.
Only two of the three women featured could correctly be called chronologically young, and only two of them are focusing on female desire.
For example, one client, he said, told the firm that he found it easier to review legal bills when grouped by the project they pertained to rather than chronologically, which is the firm's usual method.
The plays are arranged chronologically which is unfortunate dramatically.
In himself he was two men, and, chronologically speaking, these men were several thousand years or so apart.