semi-legendary

semi-legendary

adj
somewhat legendary; having something of the nature of a legend; almost legendary
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Amid student-era squalor their home assumed semi-legendary status for young local musos.
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The stories about Biggar practising goal-kicking with Neil Jenkins at the Gnoll are semi-legendary. But it is the teenage exploits of his Ospreys fly-half rival Davies which Dean remembers most vividly.
Warnock's half-time team talks are semi-legendary and he admitted in an interview in May that 'he enjoys the blood and guts' of management.
The ruling family of Mercia claimed descent from Icel, supposedly the great-grandson of the heroic and semi-legendary Offa, king of the Angles.
And, this weekend, the semi-legendary Silverbacks will be bringing its rock `n' roll circus to the Blue Plate.
Which semi-legendary knight died defending "an awfully big adventure"?
Over the course of his life, this hilarious showman and former frontman for the "semi-legendary" Rugburns with the huge fan following has met Elvis Presley (who hugged his sister far too long), trick or treated at Liberace's house (each finger had a diamond ring), was Bob Hope's favorite altar boy (according to him), bravely traveled the world busking before he knew how to do it, famously co-wrote monster hit "You Were Meant For Me" with Jewel, and can count some of the world's coolest people as his fans (including Neil Young).
The 300 or so works I found were more hagiographies of the English Bible in the broadest sense of that term; glorious but semi-legendary narratives not of saintly people but of a saintly text.
For lovers of kitsch, the highlight must be Iranian filmmaker Daryush Shokof's surreal, semi-legendary "Seven Servants," which has gone almost unseen since its 1996 preem at Locarno.