chronologically chronologically  /ˌkrɑ nə ˈlɑ dʒɪk li/


  • (adv) with respect to chronology


  1. Notes on all these sources were then arranged chronologically and kept in dozens of folders in 25 banker's boxes.
  2. Though the title may lead you to expect an encyclopedic format, Robbins chooses instead to work chronologically, with each chapter equaling approximately one decade.
  3. I don't remember anything chronologically, really, until I arrived at a friend's house in Paris two weeks later in a psychotic state.


  • Theater review: 'Geriatrical Theatrical' takes a light look at the pitfalls of aging

    There's a new show about an old topic at Plymouth Playhouse -- created with a rather specific audience in mind. Just as "Menopause: the Musical" appeals primarily to women of "a certain age," "The Geriatrical Theatrical" is made for men and women who are "chronologically enriched," as the subtitle suggests. Audience members younger than the characters may find it a bit harder to identify with ...
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Pioneer Press


  1. "I'm adamant that it's going to be one of the worst decisions we've ever made on the PGA Tour if we don't cut the field chronologically as we go, from like 144 to 114 to 84 or whatever the numbers," Pernice told The Golf Channel during the Tour...
    on Nov 14, 2006 By: Tom Pernice Source: ESPN

  2. "We're handling this, at this time, the wrong way," Rice said. "Chronologically, A comes before B."
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Ronald Rice Source:

  3. "There are many people without whose support and assistance I could not have written this book, or written it in the way that it was written," Khalidi writes. "First, chronologically, and in other ways, comes Bill Ayers."
    on Jan 14, 2009 By: Rashid Khalidi Source:

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