[ US /ˈɫɛɡəsi/ ]
[ UK /lˈɛɡəsi/ ]
  1. (law) a gift of personal property by will
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How To Use legacy In A Sentence

  • The trend toward à la carte pricing - once the hallmark of no-frills, low-cost carriers - has in recent years been adopted by the legacy airlines, and will likely continue in 2009, as carriers try to boost what they call ancillary revenue. Latest News
  • A combining approach to find all taxon names (FAT) in legacy biosystematic literature. BioMed Central - Latest articles
  • The war-time legacy of the five-shilling legal maximum on restaurant bills was an open cheque for profiteers to pose as restaurateurs.
  • It widely considered the president's attempt to save a sliver of his otherwise, rather soily international legacy. Archive 2008-11-01
  • This is a legacy of suffering that we have to be on guard against.
  • And if it (hall happen that this legacy Ihall be found not to anfwcr the purpofe intended, I im - power the bifliop of Oflbry for the time being, with the confent of the dean and chapter of St. Canice, to fell the books, and apply their price together with. the faid (alary of the librarian towards raifing or sidoraiijig the imperfedl fteeple of their cathedral. Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis
  • Horse riding suffers from the taint of elitism and snobbery which is a legacy of the past.
  • The book proved such a success that the authors followed it up with "The Messianic Legacy".
  • Mathieson's legacy to folklore included not only his own extensive oral repertoire of folksong but a manuscript collection of 545 songs written down in 3 huge ledgers as he heard them through the years, beginning as a schoolboy and continuing in the bothies, chaulmers and farm kitchens where he feed as a farm servant. Noo I'm a Young Man Cut Down in My Prime
  • (Bush and Dr Cheney legacy), not just lock it up in cupboards. another inspiration for my writing is this innovative musician and activist fighting racism, Islamo-phobia and injustice head on through his "Rhythm and beats". although his documentaries and DIY cook book music genre are termed irreverence bordering treason against queen and country and glorifying terrorism among the Pakistani and Muslim youth of Britain, But it is merely exposing the truth about the sentiments of equality, discrimination, integration and assimilation. Pak Tea House
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