Examples of ado in a Sentence
a bride-to-be caught up in the usual prenuptial ado
Recent Examples of ado from the Web
There’s been much ado about his relationship with his daughter—or lack thereof, with some tabloids (and Meghan Markle’s half-brother) incorrectly claiming he wasn’t invited to the wedding.
Without further ado, get a look at the most memorable manicures from the Met Gala.
Now, without further ado, let’s kick off our genesis block.
Of course, if the draft order holds and the top five quarterbacks are taken early as expected, all of this could be much ado about nothing.
So, without further ado, peek the best sloughing, soothing, and steaming cloths on the market.
So, without further ado, a few dos and don’ts for accepting compliments.
Much ado was made out of December 21, 2012, the end of the Maya long-count calendar—but the frenzy was about nothing.
Despite Harry skipping out on the royal Easter Church service for quite some time, there was still much ado about his and Meghan Markle’s absence from it.
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ADO Defined for English Language Learners
: foolish or unnecessary talk, trouble, or activity
ADO Defined for Kids
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