Definition of Anecdotalist

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anecdotalist

anear
aneared
anearing
anears
anearst
aneath
anecdata
anecdota
anecdotae
anecdotage
anecdotages
anecdotal
anecdotal evidence
anecdotalism
anecdotalisms
anecdotalist (current term)
anecdotalists
anecdotally
anecdote
anecdotes
anecdotic
anecdotical
anecdotically
anecdotist
anecdotists
anecdotive
anecdoton
anecdotum
anechoic
anechoic chamber

Literary usage of Anecdotalist

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Catalogue of the Loan Exhibition of Paintings by Old Masters in the Palace by John Nilsen Laurvik, San Francisco Museum of Art (1920)
"It is not without its special significance that the first artist of note to make his appearance in England should be a satirical anecdotalist and moralist, ..."

2. Catalogue of the Loan Exhibition of Paintings by Old Masters in the Palace by San Francisco Museum of Art, John Nilsen Laurvik (1920)
"It is not without its special significance that the first artist of note to make his appearance in England should be a satirical anecdotalist and moralist, ..."

3. Society in the New Reign by George Washburn Smalley, Thomas Hay Sweet Escott (1904)
"Courage ! the baffled anecdotalist reflects ; the story is only reserved for the drawing-room. Struggling upstairs in the wake of the ladies, ..."

4. Old and New Masters by Robert Lynd (1919)
"... his genius as a humorist and anecdotalist can expand. Verse is a platform that tempts him at one moment into the performance of music-hall turns and the ..."

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