anecdotal

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unreliable

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characterized by or given to telling anecdotes

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This is why, Maleux, an anecdotalist who is fond of jokes and puns, fears that, in the company of his mute superior, he will cease to cherish things that are precious because of their ephemerality.
The story is always made as much by what is left out as by what is included (as anyone who has ever heard an over-inclusive anecdotalist will attest).
I would not say that Clint is a great anecdotalist, the way some English actors are.
Guests at the ceremony were entertained by guest speaker, shadow foreign secretary William Hague, who amply demonstrated his ability as a raconteur and anecdotalist.
A Pickled Nose" recounts the colorful tale of a louche artist's prize protuberant organ, which attains notoriety at tasks quite beyond the ken of your average hooter, according to the testimony of one London pub anecdotalist.