Synonyms for historyˈhɪs tə ri, ˈhɪs tri
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the aggregate of past events
history, account, chronicle, story(noun)
a record or narrative description of past events
score, tarradiddle, account, narrative, chronicle, tale, storey, report, fib, story, business relationship, news report, account statement, explanation, taradiddle, bill, write up, invoice, floor, accounting, narration, history, level
the discipline that records and interprets past events involving human beings
the continuum of events occurring in succession leading from the past to the present and even into the future
all that is remembered of the past as preserved in writing; a body of knowledge
English Synonyms and Antonyms, by James Champlin Fernald
History is a systematic record of past events. Annals and chronicles relate events with little regard to their relative importance, and with complete subserviency to their succession in time. Annals are yearly records; chronicles follow the order of time. Both necessarily lack emphasis, selection, and perspective. Archives are public records, which may be annals, or chronicles, or deeds of property, etc. Memoirs generally record the lives of individuals or facts pertaining to individual lives. A biography is distinctively a written account of one person's life and actions; an autobiography is a biography written by the person whose life it records. Annals, archives, chronicles, biographies, and memoirs and other records furnish the materials of history. History recounts events with careful attention to their importance, their mutual relations, their causes and consequences, selecting and grouping events on the ground of interest or importance. History is usually applied to such an account of events affecting communities and nations, tho sometimes we speak of the history of a single eminent life. Compare RECORD.
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