Related formsan·ec·do·tal·ism, nounan·ec·do·tal·ly, adverbun·an·ec·do·tal, adjectiveun·an·ec·do·tal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for anecdotal
If true—and it appears consistent with anecdotal information—about 50 regime figures have been killed this year.
He also links the racial composition of the fans to his anecdotal assessment that there are fewer fathers and sons in attendance.Racism or Exit Strategy for Atlanta Hawks Owner Bruce Levenson?|Robert Silverman|September 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The field has produced only anecdotal or other evidence that does not pass muster in the scientific community.
The “link” consists in anecdotal reports that some people think kids with autism improve on a dairy-free diet.Twisted Anti-Vaxxer Parents Choose Fatal Diseases Over Autism|Elizabeth Picciuto|July 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But they do say that, even if all of their evidence (so far) is anecdotal.
But a spiced incident, a notorious couple,—an anecdotal witness to the scene,—could you expect Mr. Rose Mackrell to contain it?
There was a whiff of gunpowder exciting the atmosphere in the anecdotal part of the history known.
In the Fastnachtsspiele, where dramatic form is less essential than anecdotal point and brevity, he is to be seen at his best.
The door flew open, and old Scully, flushed and anecdotal, came into the room.The Monster and Other Stories|Stephen Crane
Despite their anecdotal character these evidences do not seem to be unworthy of some regard.Essay on the Creative Imagination|Th. Ribot