Definition: the time sequence in which something
Part of Speech: Noun
Synonym(s): chronicle, account
1. As seen on the timeline, the leader’s chronology begins at his birth in 1956 and ends with the current year.
2. If you change the movie’s chronology and conceal the murderer’s identity until the end, the audience will remain engrossed in the film.
3. The photo album I’ve had for over forty years serves as a visual chronology of my life.