How to use El Dorado in a sentence
By the way, a mint condition 1958 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz convertible can now sell for as much as $350,000.
Moving to Pringle would be a journey of some 1,017 miles from Eldorado.The New Polygamists on the Block: Warren Jeffs’s FLDS on the Move?|Matthew DeLuca|December 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Bonanza and Eldorado Kings, with money to burn, were leaving for the Outside because they could buy no grub.The Red One|Jack London
This created a veritable Eldorado for "employment managers" and "labor managers," real and spurious.A History of Trade Unionism in the United States|Selig Perlman
This is particularly noticeable in the mountains which close in the Eldorado and Bonanza Valleys.
Ingots of gold, pretending to have come from the new Eldorado of Louisiana, were displayed in the shop-windows of Paris.A Half Century of Conflict - Volume I|Francis Parkman
With the exception of this cruel drawback, the new land indeed proved an Eldorado to Victor.Rutledge|Miriam Coles Harris
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Cultural definitions for El Dorado
A place of fabulous wealth, or an opportunity to obtain it. During the gold rush many adventurers believed that California would be their El Dorado. The name comes from the name of a legendary South American city of stupendous riches sought by Spanish conquistadores.