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How to use dorado in a sentence

When it came out of the water it was a bright yellow, to which colour it owes its name of Dorado.
A WOMAN'S JOURNEY ROUND THE WORLDIDA PFEIFFER
May we not connect with the former existence of this inland sea the fable of the lake Parima and the El Dorado?
THE DEVIL-TREE OF EL DORADOFRANK AUBREY
The term ‘El Dorado’ has come to be a synonym in the outside world for a sort of earthly paradise, has it not?
THE DEVIL-TREE OF EL DORADOFRANK AUBREY
To conquer that El Dorado had been Balboa's cherished dream.
SOUTH AMERICAN FIGHTS AND FIGHTERSCYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY
But how often is it true that the seeker after El Dorado searches for one thing and finds another.
HEROES OF TO-DAYMARY R. PARKMAN
The costly myth of El Dorado, from the earliest days of its conception, was insatiable in the matter of human lives.
SOUTH AMERICAW. H. KOEBEL
Bordering on this is Ugegeya, a land of fables and wonders, the "El Dorado" of slave hunters and traders in ivory.
STANLEY'S ADVENTURES IN THE WILDS OF AFRICAJOEL TYLER HEADLEY AND WILLIAM FLETCHER JOHNSON
They all thought so--that was the real El Dorado--they had been waiting for it for a long while, and here it was at last!
GRIFB. L. (BENJAMIN LEOPOLD) FARJEON
Its original form had been lost sight of, and from the Dorado had gradually been changed to a golden tribe.
THE SPANISH PIONEERSCHARLES F. LUMMIS
It had become a confusion and combination of the Dorado and Meta, following the curious but characteristic course of myths.
THE SPANISH PIONEERSCHARLES F. LUMMIS

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