chronologicity

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chronologicity (uncountable)

  1. (rare, nonstandard) The state of being in a chronological order.
    • 2015, Lilack Biswas, Studies in Post Colonialism
      Unlike historical novels, Rushdie sacrifices historical chronologicity, factual details regarding event, place, action, character, time etc., and then combines fictional narrative with historical narration.