legend

[ lej-uhnd ]SEE DEFINITION OF legend

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The other, and even more popular, legend is that of "The Harmonious Blacksmith."

True child of Alsace, he revelled in local folklore and legend.

The "accursed" gold of legend is often dragon-guarded and placed under a spell.

Enter the first division, and a legend at your feet indicated the ten-cent territory.

Then, too, there was quite a legend attached to this pretty girl.

In the legend she is a fragile woman guided by a divine soul.

I soon realised that legend remains victorious in spite of history.

It is thus that we wish it to be, and so the legend remains triumphant.

But neither can they leave a legend alone; though it is the essence of a legend to be vague.

And the legend arose that this man was ten thousand years old.

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