Narrative /nerədiv/ noun, adj.
Definition: Narrative is a word that means to tell a story. Depending on how you use this word in a sentence, it can be used as either a noun or an adjective.
Etymology: Narrative comes from the middle French word narratif. In the 1560s, the word was used as a noun in American English to describe a story or tale. The word also became an adjective in the 1600s, meaning to tell.
In a Sentence
After she was in an accident, she told the narrative of her side of the story.
Instead of reading a bedtime story to his daughter, he decided to tell a narrative of a beautiful princess and a handsome prince.
In language arts class she told the class her narrative and received an A+.
Story, tale, portrayal
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