The people of the Gaeldom of to-day are anear perishing for lack of the famous feats of their fathers.
Archaic England Harold Bayley
And whether we live apart or anear, I shall always be your husband—yours alone—until death shall part us.
Her Dark Inheritance Mrs. E. Burke Collins
When anear they saw him coming, the gallant Campeador, With great worship to receive him, forth unto him they ride.
The Lay of the Cid R. Selden Rose
anear it speeds, there are masts like reeds and a tossing plume of steam!
War Poetry of the South Various
Mary Cushin: There are some of the neighbours have learning, and you bade me not bring it anear them.
Seven Short Plays Lady Gregory
“nearly,” c.1600, from a- (1) + near.
anec American Nuclear Energy Council Historical Examples Perhaps Scott was thinking of a passage in Mrs. Piozzi’s anec. Life Of Johnson, Volume 5 Boswell
a short account of a particular incident or event, especially of an interesting or amusing nature. a short, obscure historical or biographical account. Historical Examples A volume of anecdota Brentiana was edited by Pressel in 1868. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Slice 4 Various Bekker’s anecdota include mention, also, 135 of the wooden seats […]
a short account of a particular incident or event, especially of an interesting or amusing nature. a short, obscure historical or biographical account. Contemporary Examples At least by anecdote, they are less common now in an era hyperconscious of harassment. Early Signs of General Petraeus’s Extramarital Affair John Barry November 10, 2012 Dobbs was unavailable […]
collectively. the state of being advanced in age and strongly inclined to tell reminiscent : Grandfather is in his anecdotage. Historical Examples Someone has wittily said that only those in their anecdotage should tell stories. Talks on Talking Grenville Kleiser The publishers will print it, the public will devour it, especially if it be anecdotage. […]