Anecdote [noun]

Definition of Anecdote:

interesting or amusing story

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Sentence/Example of Anecdote:

Each photograph is combined with stories or anecdotes about that specific animal and informative facts about their species.

Rife with stunning photography and beautiful illustrations, Eicher delivers wonderfully written anecdotes, fun facts, and longer stories about discovery and innovation when it comes to galactic exploration.

Armed with a seemingly endless supply of outrageous anecdotes, memorable analogies, puns and quips, he makes the thorny theoretical details of the quantum internet both entertaining and accessible.

The idea that female world leaders were outperforming male ones was based on several high-profile anecdotes.

I recommend the audiobook because the inflection matters and hammers home some of the anecdotes shared.

We were speaking of the faculty of mimicry, and he told me such a funny little anecdote about Chopin.

Never anticipate the point or joke of any anecdote told in your presence.

Somers related an anecdote, well worthy to be remembered, which had been preserved by tradition in the noble house of De Vere.

One traditional anecdote, and the brief history of Peter Ilich as an official is complete.

Compare this Norman with the hero of the following little anecdote which the Scotch tell.