el dorados

[ el duh-rah-doh, -rey- or, Spanish, el daw-rah-th aw for 1, 2; el duh-rey-doh for 3, 4 ]SEE DEFINITION OF el dorados
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At length they found themselves at Milan, which at that time was one of the El Dorados for gamesters.

These were the El Dorados and lands of Goshen to which all respectable emigrants eagerly flocked.

Not one-fifth of America had been explored, and already two El Dorados had been found and conquered.

But concerning this part of the subject I have nothing to say, being no prophet of El Dorados.

After all, if imagination be our fellow-traveller, we might well discover El Dorados within easy reach of our own townships.