a. mythical; fabled; extremely well known; famous or renowned
Julie Wall, a cashier in eastern England, had eight thousand of them - practically every song the legendary star ever released.
Sentence in Classic:
Even the legendary craft of the company, a craft subtler and more secret than its fabled books of secret subtle wisdom, had not fired his soul with the energy of apostleship.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce Context
Nor can it be questioned from what stands on legendary record of this noble horse, that it was his spiritual whiteness chiefly, which so clothed him with divineness; and that this divineness had that in it which, though commanding worship, at the same time enforced a certain nameless terror.
Moby Dick By Herman Melville Context