legendry

noun
leg·end·ry | \ ˈle-jən-drē \

Definition of legendry 

: a body of legends

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Examples of legendry in a Sentence

although the historic King Arthur lived in the sixth century, most of the legendry regarding him and the Knights of the Round Table is set in the far more romantic age of medieval chivalry

First Known Use of legendry

1754, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of legendry was in 1754

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