Legendary [adjective]

Definition of Legendary:

fictitious but well known

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Sentence/Example of Legendary:

Made to withstand underwater submersion, abuse from baggage handlers, and temperatures from 160 to minus 60, Pelican’s new line blends legendary durability with modern conveniences.

Compared to the Utah Array, a legendary implant system used for brain stimulation in humans with only 256 electrodes, the Link has an obvious edge up in terms of pure electrode density.

Cohen, legendary for his daring methods in set theory, predicted that all of mathematics could be automated, including the writing of proofs.

A personal fitting with this Savile Row upstart — the first on London’s legendary fashion street to offer tailoring exclusively for women — is likely a no-go during the pandemic.

The Seattle Storm and New York Liberty take the court at noon ET, a game that features a tantalizing point guard matchup between the legendary Sue Bird of the Storm and the debut of No.

The man with the automobile, the corn-cure, and the baby grew to be legendary in the villages of Provence.

They had all shared a common fate long before reaching that towering and legendary land-mark of Pawnee Rock.

In the legendary history of the Roman kingdom the creation of this assembly is given as one of the reforms of Servius Tullius.

There, in the seclusion of his cell, he made the Brazen Head on which rests his legendary fame.

Like legendary sentinels of a vanished past, they seem to overwatch the valley.