Synonyms for Annals:


art gallery, accession, bookmobile, carrel, card catalog, archive, archivist, audience. words, happen. annals (noun)
chronological record.
chronicle (noun)
list (noun)
record, book, workbook, menu, digest, invoice, scroll, journal, statement, annual, chronicle, enumeration, list, recording, tabulate, Storybook, register, blank-book, notebook, store, total, collection, manifest, index, repertory, recount, itemization, catalog, scrapbook, docket, roll, daybook, calendar, cash book, album, ledger, thesaurus, treasury, account, history, registry, check, documentation, sum, score, roster, novel, Bank book, diary, pad, census, log, detail, logbook, count, yearbook, file, inventory, waybill, tally, table, schedule, summary, lexicon, tablet, budget, dictionary, bill.
lists (noun)
chronicles, pads, itemizations, albums, Tallies, repertories, logs, recordings, novels, rolls, ledgers, files, lists, Schedules, notebooks, logbooks, waybills, scores, books, scrapbooks, daybooks, menus, tables, statements, Histories, treasuries, Catalogs, invoices, bank books, collections, registers, thesauruses, annuals, lexicons, details, rosters, calendars, cash books, storybooks, dockets, counts, Summaries, Registries, yearbooks, stores, Indices, digests, Dictionaries, Budgets, Inventories, sums, totals, Manifests, Diaries, Tablets, Records, workbooks, Journals, Thesauri, accounts, Censuses, bills, scrolls, checks.
record (noun)
documentation, Registries, registry.

Other synonyms:

bookmobile, card catalog, archivist, art gallery, carrel. audience, archive. accession. Other relevant words:
archive, words, audience, happen, archivist, chronological record, account, bookmobile, carrel, accession.

Usage examples for annals

  1. He hopes that the German friends will leave a memorable record on the annals of the Cause and fully justify the expectations the Master had in their spiritual future.... – The Light of Divine Guidance (Volume 1) by Shoghi Effendi
  2. It is destitute of nearly everything that has made nations great and all- powerful in historic annals and my belief is that what, has been, will be again,- and that what has never been, will never be." – Thelma by Marie Corelli
  3. In the annals of New France there is no more prominent figure than the bishop. – The Fighting Governor A Chronicle of Frontenac by Charles W. Colby Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton