1590s, from Spanish El Dorado "the golden one," name given 16c. to country or city believed to lie in the heart of the Amazon jungle, from past participle of dorar "to gild," from Latin deaurare.
Moving to Pringle would be a journey of some 1,017 miles from eldorado.
Half the country clergy who had a few hundreds in the bank wanted to put them in eldorado Stock.
Little by little the story of the B-Hive and the quest for an eldorado came out.
With this and a pack on his back Philip started on foot for the land of eldorado.
The eldorado emptied its occupants into the street to see the test.
Amherst was relieved by this conclusion, and murmuring: "Oh, I suppose it can't have been he," led her rapidly on to the eldorado.
The eldorado was but a shanty, part calico tent, part corrugated iron.
The one is the money-getter's eldorado, the other the pleasure-seeker's paradise.
Poor brother of the road, you have found eldorado and won Cinderella.
We also loaned $5,000 each to four parties on eldorado Creek, taking mortgages on their claims, so you see we are well secured.