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ado

ado

noun \ə-ˈdü\

: foolish or unnecessary talk, trouble, or activity

Full Definition of ADO

1
:  heightened fuss or concern :  to-do
2
:  time-wasting bother over trivial details <wrote the paper without further ado>

Examples of ADO

  1. <a bride-to-be caught up in the usual prenuptial ado>

Origin of ADO

Middle English, from at do, from at + don, do to do
First Known Use: 14th century

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