- anecdotes collectively.
Origin of anecdotage1
- the state of being advanced in age and strongly inclined to tell reminiscent anecdotes: Grandfather is in his anecdotage.
Origin of anecdotage2
Examples from the Web for anecdotage
Historical Examples of anecdotage
The publishers will print it, the public will devour it, especially if it be anecdotage.Old Fogy
That when a man fell into his anecdotage, it was a sign for him to retire.Familiar Quotations
For example, would a little spice of malice in her anecdotage be so undesirable?Adventures and Enthusiasms
E. V. Lucas
This is my excuse if at times I seem to fall into anecdotage.How to be Happy Though Married
E. J. Hardy.
Someone has wittily said that only those in their anecdotage should tell stories.Talks on Talking
- anecdotes collectively
- jocular talkative or garrulous old age