Examples of ado in a Sentence
a bride-to-be caught up in the usual prenuptial ado
Recent Examples of ado from the Web
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But according to Junior—and Hannity—this is all much ado about nothing.
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Yet Trump’s supporters tell us it’s much ado about nothing.
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The bustling final movement is still much ado about little.
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Origin and Etymology of ado
Middle English, from at do, from at + don, do to do
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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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