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Definition of "chronical" [chron•ic•al]

  • Chronic (adjective)

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Use "chronical" in a sentence
  • "There was, of course, no denying that Willie's disregard for the meal hour had become what she termed "chronical" and severely taxed her forbearance; or that since she was a creature of human limitations she did at times protest when the chowder stood forgotten in the tureen until it was of Arctic temperature; nor had she ever acquired the grace of spirit to amiably view freshly baked popovers shrivel neglected into nothingness."
  • "The Story of Anvil, a comical chronical of a middle-aged heavy metal group still trying to make it despite decades of no success, claimed the documentary prize."
  • "Doctors can't deny to treat anybody by the law, but after the treatment, the chronical debt is waiting to screw us."