El Dorado

NOUN
  1. an imaginary place of great wealth and opportunity; sought in South America by 16th-century explorers
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  • With their debut album for the superb independent label Dorado, D*Note are going to go clear.
  • Somebody's chauffeur probably got a scratch on the El Dorado, huh ? THE DUTCH BLUE ERROR
  • Yet the expedition was a complete disappointment for its organizers, who had hoped to conquer a fabulous El Dorado.
  • McLintock! may be uncool but I'd much rather watch its cast brawling and mud-sliding across my screen than those Howard Hawks Rio El Dorado Lobo Geritol horse operas that all the auteurists hanging around the bingo hall find so "axiomatic," not to mention The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, which carries too much sand in its boots and drags considerable awful. the latest from teenvogue.com
  • The story deals with a group of people, including a famous diva, Florencia Grimaldi, voyaging down the Amazon on the steamship El Dorado in the early 1900s.
  • The name El Dorado, "The Golden," was given to this fabled country; and for a score or more of years after Orellana had told his story, efforts were made to find it. Discoverers and Explorers
  • And then today in El Dorado, which is 40 miles from here, where the ranch is actually located the adult, the men and women, the judge said if you men and women want your children back, you are going to have to come in to law enforcement in the city of El Dorado and be tested there. CNN Transcript Apr 22, 2008
  • The countryside of Bresse in Burgundy is not the usual place to find a Spanish-style castle, an El Dorado in miniature, complete with Castilian campaniles, arches, and Spanish occupants, constructed lovingly out of concrete.
  • And then today in El Dorado, which is 40 miles from here, where the ranch is actually located the adult, the men and women, the judge said if you men and women want your children back, you are going to have to come in to law enforcement in the city of El Dorado and be tested there. CNN Transcript Apr 22, 2008
  • With their debut album for the superb independent label Dorado, D*Note are going to go clear.
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