noun, plural leg·end·ar·ies.
- legem pone,
- legendre equation,
- legendre, adrien marie
Origin of legendary
Examples from the Web for legendary
Even the legendary 1980s televisions show Dallas is back on the air, selling its twenty-first century brand of Texas bravado.
In the years to come, Wha became a legendary starting out spot for various soon-to-be rock stars.
On piano was legendary session man Billy Preston, who co-wrote and recorded the original version one year before Cocker's.
Their legendary barrel aging program is unique, even among Scottish distilleries, for its range of natural color expressions.
The grandson of legendary fashion editor Diana Vreeland, Nicholas Vreeland was poised for a decadent life in high-society.
He was a born story-teller, and delighted especially in tales of a legendary, poetic character.Barbara's Heritage|Deristhe L. Hoyt
Compare such a courtroom scene with the floral games of the Toulouse of long ago, and the legendary origin of the golden violet.
The account has something of a legendary flavour about it, but no doubt the discovery was made in just such a way.Rambles on the Riviera|Francis Miltoun
The existence of hills is accounted for by legendary lore in this wise.Russian Fairy Tales|W. R. S. Ralston
It is no episode of real or legendary history which forms the subject-matter of the play.Studies of the Greek Poets (Vol I of 2)|John Addington Symonds
mid-16c., from Medieval Latin legendarius, from legenda (see legend). Earlier it was a noun meaning "a collection of legends" (1510s).