noun, plural di·dos, di·does.Usually didos, didoes. Informal.
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Example sentences from the Web for dido
But Dido got to the loot first, and absconded with it to North Africa, where she set up her kingdom.
No naïf or innocent, Dido knows plenty about ambition, and how heartless it can make a (hu)man.
The critic, in censuring poor Dido and her sister, totally forgets their very reasonable ground of provocation.
In utter misery Dido, on pretext of burning all Æneas' love-gifts, prepares a pyre and summons a sorceress.
Dido sends Anna with a last appeal to Æneas, who nevertheless, in spite of struggles, obeys the gods (469-513).
Venus feigns assent to Juno's proposal that Æneas shall marry Dido and be king of Carthage.
He fled to Dido's father Belus, and with the help of the latter founded a new kingdom in Cyprus.