Someone has wittily said that only those in their anecdotage should tell stories.
The publishers will print it, the public will devour it, especially if it be anecdotage.
This is my excuse if at times I seem to fall into anecdotage.
I constantly act as phlebotomist to the vanity of the young and to the anecdotage of the senile and senescent.
Indeed, he would sometimes remark, when a man fell into his anecdotage, it was a sign for him to retire from the world.
In these years of Old Kennebec's "anecdotage," his pipe was his best listener and his truest confidant.
For example, would a little spice of malice in her anecdotage be so undesirable?
Instantly in poured other infuriated old Etonians, also in anecdotage, to pit their memories against his.
Indeed, he would sometimes remark, when a man fell into his anecdotage it was a sign for him to retire from the world.
The Englishman has usually a dignified dread of dropping into his “anecdotage.”