noun, plural li·dos.British.
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Example sentences from the Web for lido
Who, finding that every poolside chair on the Lido deck is occupied, could disagree?
The Balenciaga was from the 60s and [Elizabeth] Taylor wore it for dinner at the Lido with Richard Burton.
Jacques and Marguerite agreed for once to take a real holiday and spent the whole of September in Venice, at the Lido.Derrida’s ‘Of Grammatology’ and the Birth of Deconstruction|Benoît Peeters|December 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We take our boat to the Lido where were transfer by car to the red carpet.
The film played in the historic sala grande on the Lido, which is an 1,100-seat theater—a very formal screening with a full house.
I went on vowing until I arrived with a mountain of luggage, a wife and a child and a maid at a great hotel on the Lido.Jaffery|William J. Locke
Afterward he would cross the Laguna going to the Lido, where his stables were.My Recollections of Lord Byron|Teresa Guiccioli
It is likely enough that the local pronunciation of Cnido may have been taken by the monkish traveller for something like Lido.Early Travels in Palestine|Arculf et al.
They were all at the moment making a last visit to the Lido and the next day would start for Florence.The Four Corners Abroad|Amy Ella Blanchard
“If Carlo Zeno does not come in forty-eight hours, the fleet may return to Lido,” said he.Famous Privateersmen and Adventurers of the Sea|Charles H. L. Johnston