- n. UK A part of the sea by a beach sectioned off for swimming and other aquatic activities.
- n. UK An outdoor swimming pool.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. British A recreational facility, especially one including a swimming pool for water sports.
- n. a recreational facility including a swimming pool for water sports
- After Lido (Lido di Venezia), an island with a long beach in Venice, Italy, site of Europe’s first modern beach resort (1857), from Italian lido ("beach, shore"), from Latin litus ("shore") (from whence also English littoral ("of the shore")). (Wiktionary)
“The local theatre and lido is about to be bulldozed to make way for flats.”
“My ideal wedding-ish celebration would be something like this: Captain Stubing on the lido deck with a buffet.”
“Once at the lido, however, events turn out very differently.”
“One day, Cora can't take it any more and decides to commit suicide by going to the lido with her husband and son and drowning herself while swimming - she plans it this way so that her death will not be considered suicide and, by not killing herself inthe car or the house, causing minimal inconvenience to her husband.”
“Or is it one of our current trolls playing with his sock puppet? tony and lido”
“The fact they act like jerks, even over a total tragedy like Haiti is disgusting and repulsive. tony and lido”
“It/s always whats for me for b-cup and our other trolls. tony and lido”
“O/T Are FuzzyNuts and StromyOldBoy sock puppets, or are they two distinct sick people? tony and lido”
“A worse case of narcisstic personality disorder would be hard to find. tony and lido”
“If you like talking it circles he cold keep you here into infinity. tony and lido”
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Words from the works of Peter Reading - at least one from each (except the Schwitters-esque erosions, cut-ups etc).
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