ado[ uh-doo ]SEE DEFINITION OF ado
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You owe it me, for am I not in part to blame for all this ado?
I had some ado to keep the joy from my eyes when I heard them planning it.
Why, then, all this ado about a bunch of empty threats cast at us by the Duke of Babbiano?
You have made such an ado about the man, I am disposed to be interested in him, for your sake.
“I have ado but with two of you,” she said, as she seated herself.
And I remember what ado the ushers had with the lads on the training days.
Indians like to get along with the least possible communication and ado.
Finally, without any ado, he put his hands on hers and made her stop.
It was hopelessly lost and she dare not make any ado or inquiry about it.
I had ado to make him heed me, but he did heed me, and he got so that he couldnt fail.
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