Arranged in order of time of occurrence.(adjective)
Relating to or in accordance with chronology.(adjective)
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Use "chronological" in a sentence
"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."