Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Scarcely could you say he became more at his ease, more the boon compaero and dorado.

Morales had called him his dorado, his brave little golden one!

This is the guaracapema of Piso and Marcgrave, by others called the dorado.

“Orange the best bait for a dorado,” said the Italian softly, as he placed the point of the hook to his satisfaction.

The fish course included the royal sturgeon, the dorado or sword-fish, the turbot.

Its original form had been lost sight of, and from the Dorado had gradually been changed to a golden tribe.

It had become a confusion and combination of the Dorado and Meta, following the curious but characteristic course of myths.

Have you not yourself a dorado, a camarada, who rides with you on your greater crimes, the Nino de Arahal?

When it came out of the water it was a bright yellow, to which colour it owes its name of Dorado.

The dorado makes a dash at them, and gets hooked—generally through the back.