"Don't swallow the seeds. A watermelon will grow in your belly."
The word "anecdote" comes from a Greek one meaning "things unpublished." Inside "anecdote," you can see two Greek roots: an, "not," and ekdotos, "published," or more literally, "given out." So enjoy a good chuckle of irony whenever you see a publication titled "An Anecdotal History of Such-and-Such."
"There’s a lot of anecdotal evidence stating that CBD helps reduce pain, anxiety, and insomnia."
Explain the meaning of "anecdotal" without saying "based on hearsay" or "not scientifically reliable."
Fill in the blank: "Anecdotal evidence suggests that _____."
Spend 20 seconds or more on the game below. Don’t skip straight to the review—let your working memory empty out first.
1. A near opposite of ANECDOTAL is
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