Examples of legendary in a Sentence
legendary creatures from the sea
He is the most legendary football player of his time.
Recent Examples of legendary from the Web
Cawood Ledford, Kentucky’s legendary radio play-by-play announcer from 1953-92, attended Centre College.
Nicki Minaj, June 2014 Nicki Minaj gave a legendary speech at the 2014 BET Awards after winning Best Female Hip Hop Artist.
Members of the public can spend an entire day unwinding at Rancho La Puerta, the legendary 3,000-acre rustic wellness retreat in Tecate, or even just grab a bite to eat at a new Mexican cafe adjacent to its organic farm and cooking school.
And Nintendo’s handheld consoles, descendants of the legendary Game Boy, were suffering as people opted to play games on smartphones instead.
Legendary race-car drivers Jim Clark, Carroll Shelby and Sir Stirling Moss were big fans.
Her turtle soup, made using the snappers that her husband pulled by the tails from tree roots along Harrods Creek, was legendary.
Scudder's colleague at Skadden is Patrick Fitzgerald, the legendary U.S. attorney in Chicago who prosecuted former Govs.
An eccentric millionaire, who claims to have hidden gold and gems in the mountains of northern New Mexico, is considering calling off the legendary treasure hunt after a man died recently looking for the bounty.
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Synonym Discussion of legendary
LEGENDARY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of legendary for English Language Learners
: told about in a legend
: very famous or well-known
LEGENDARY Defined for Kids
Definition of legendary for Students
1 : told about in legends a legendary city
2 : very famous because of special qualities or abilities a legendary musician
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