Definition of chronologist in English:

chronologist

Pronunciation /krəˈnäləjəst/ /krəˈnɑlədʒəst/

noun

See chronology

‘And that, I'll repeat for the chronologists, did not begin in 2003-it began with colonialism and Empire.’
  • ‘Rather, it is an attempt to clarify some issues in Biblical chronology, so that some common ground can be established amongst creationist chronologists.’
  • ‘The May 1/3 discrepancy has long been a puzzle to chronologists, having been pointed out at least as early as 1590.’
  • ‘Centuries ago, the Italian scientist and chronologist Lombroso used phrenology to explain and predict criminal behaviour.’
  • ‘It seems that no serious chronologist believed in an old earth.’