1. characterized by or given to telling anecdotes
    an anecdotal history of jazz
    he was at his anecdotic best
    anecdotal conversation
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How To Use anecdotical In A Sentence

  • Dr. Sloper had travelled but little, and he took the liberty of not believing everything this anecdotical idler narrated. Washington Square
  • Also anecdotically but not without sound science behind, I remember growing up with the constant burden of being hyperreactive to insect bites. Ditch your NSAID meds | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.
  • My comment failed miserably, because it appeared as if I was talking about a personal, anecdotical case, while Bryan was talking about the fallacy of basing judgments on anecdotes. How Everyone Can Get Richer as Per-Capita Income Falls, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Adam Greene, who was the primary author of the proposed rule before leaving HHS for a private law firm, said the department began hearing anecdotically that people wanted answers: Has my ex-husband, who works at the hospital but wasn't part of my care team, seen my medical records? Greater patient access to records proposed
  • I hear from parents all across the country and I can tell you just anecdotically, they are still very, very concerned. Clintons Vp And Mrs Gore At Childrens Tv Conference
  • There are several other interesting anecdotical Recollections of Lord The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 13, No. 373, Supplementary Number
  • None will, however, deny that the work, looking to its anecdotical character, and the great use made in it of sources of information hitherto unemployed, is one of the most amusing as well as interesting histories of that eventful period. Notes and Queries, Number 64, January 18, 1851
  • The English work of Mr. Francis is anecdotical in its character. The Continental Monthly, Vol. 4, No. 4, October, 1863 Devoted to Literature and National Policy
  • In his anecdotically fascinating review of three books on the life of Kim Philby and the Cambridge University spy ring [ "The Fabulous Five," NYR, January 12] Noel Annan leaves the impression that if it were not for John Cairncross (one of the "faithful servants" of the KGB) and his access to Ultra at Bletchley, England, the "rout" of German tanks by the Russians at Kursk could have gone the other way. Serving the KGB
  • This stuff is anecdotical compared to his, how you say, "known unknowns". Whoops! McCain Accidentally Reveals Flaw In Attack On Obama Over Iran
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