Examples of ado in a Sentence
a bride-to-be caught up in the usual prenuptial ado
Recent Examples of ado from the Web
Both passed the second round Wednesday morning without much ado.
The NFL's move toward relaxing an out-of-date stance seems long overdue and much ado about nothing at the same time.
Without further ado, scroll down for our 2017 NBA Finals predictions.
FACEBOOK TWITTER EMAIL ME Much ado was recently made about FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's rather ho-hum comments concerning crude jokes from The Late Show's Stephen Colbert aimed at President Donald Trump.
So without further ado, a look into the past week with the GeekDad Week in Review!
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Origin and Etymology of ado
Middle English, from at do, from at + don, do to do
First Known Use: 14th century
ADO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ado for English Language Learners
: foolish or unnecessary talk, trouble, or activity
ADO Defined for Kids
Definition of ado for Students
: foolish or unnecessary trouble, activity, or excitement
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