anecdotal

[ an-ik-doht-l, an-ik-doht-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF anecdotal

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Since the delightful story is anecdotal and not critical, it too disappears.

You say that the sensualities of princes are only of 'anecdotal interest.'

They represent the interest of the century in fiction and in anecdotal literature.

If an anecdotal review is bad, it is because it is badly done, not because it is anecdotal.

An anecdotal volume this, with moments on the Riviera and matches played in South Africa.

A gossipy, anecdotal account of Napoleon as his marshals and generals knew him on the battlefield and around the camp-fire.

Like the two older pyramids, "the Supreme" had its anecdotal history, in which the Egyptians gave free rein to their imagination.

My dear,” laughed the Old Maid, “your anecdotal method is becoming as jerky as a cinematograph.

John was not naturally an anecdotal person, but his mind had been of late stored and fed with experiences.

There was a whiff of gunpowder exciting the atmosphere in the anecdotal part of the history known.

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