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Definition of Legendarily
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Literary usage of Legendarily
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1. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George H Warner (1902)
"He married Imma,— a noble lady, legendarily confounded with Emma, Charlemagne's daughter. His chief work, a * Life of Charlemagne,' is one of the most ..."
2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"The term, legendarily five years at the outset, was a year and a half in historical times, and re-election was forbidden; originally patricians alone were ..."
3. The Traditions of European Literature: From Homer to Dante by Barrett Wendell (1920)
"In an auroral past, however, antique to Greece itself, Homer stays primally and almost legendarily impersonal; Herodotus, in the full light of a recorded ..."
4. The native races of the Pacific states of North America by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1875)
"We have seen how many tribes derive, figuratively or literally, their origin from him, and how often he becomes legendarily important as the hero of some ..."
5. Flags of the World, Past and Present: Their Story and Associations by William John Gordon, Frederick Edward Hulme (1915)
"... in that faith which enabled him to sustain his sufferings without a murmur." It is legendarily asserted that this form of cross appeared in the sky to ..."
6. Liberty, Union and Democracy: The National Ideals of America by Barrett Wendell (1907)
"Yet Webster was twenty- seven years old when Lincoln came into being; and this means that Webster was older than that legendarily miraculous Constitution of ..."