Legend [noun]

Definition of Legend:

story of the past, often fictitious

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Sentence/Example of Legend:

Last April at T-Mobile, Mike Sievert took over for a legend, John Legere, who started out in last place and ended up gaining the most customers and having the best performing stock in telecom over his eight year run.

Only a few managed to escape, according to legend, one of them being John Gómez, who was supposedly the first narrator of the Gasparilla legend.

The legend of Achilles retold through the lens of his friend Patroclus.

Even in a hellish year-plus that has cost us so many legends, the one we lost Friday was truly one of a kind.

As a competitor and future first-ballot Hall of Famer, he surely cares about the personal opportunity to enhance his legend.

Just like sporting or musical legends, promotional deals are based on both esport merit but also likeability.

Its founders—Ben Finley and Arthur “Art” Clay, now 81 and 83, respectively—have become legends, but the group’s membership has aged, without an influx of younger constituents.

Actor Glynn Turman stopped by The Carlos Watson Show to talk about his remarkable six-decade run on stage and screen, where he’s encountered legends of all stripes.

Born in Lares, Puerto Rico, Feliciano is a legend in the music world.

Although the majors didn't find room for him until 1948, when he was at least 42, Paige left a legend so large that no page of statistics could significantly alter his mark.