- n. Plural form of anecdote.
“Saying that you can overrule their decades of rigorous research by looking out your window and telling anecdotes is foolish.”
“Here are a couple of eyebrow-raising anecdotes from the article:”
“Where Good Ideas Come From" is filled with fascinating, if sometimes tangential, anecdotes from the history of entrepreneurship and scientific discovery.”
“While traditional mainstream games have focused on action, sports and increasingly casual genres, Fate of the World features data from real-world climate models, anecdotes from the polar explorer Pen Hadow and input from a team of scientists and economists in the US and UK.”
“Is that one of the anecdotes from the book, I ask her?”
“CNN is calling smartphones America's "national obsession," citing anecdotes from the lives of ordinary users who can't seem to part with their gadgets.”
“Pennies deserved better. posted by Christopher Walken in anecdotes, memory, movies, pop culture | * | 1 comment”
“Next Halloween Jessie and I are going to the RV park costume party dressed as Todd & Holland. posted by Cooper Renner in anecdotes | * | 2 comments comments”
“I just walked on water. posted by Christopher Walken in anecdotes | * | 3 comments comments”
“I hope she never stops. posted by Christopher Walken in anecdotes, family | * | 6 comments”
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