other words for to-do
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
He would not sit down, he stamped and made such a to-do that at last they let him have his own way.
An' this to-do ain't so much about me as about you, Isr'el Tenney, because you're makin' a fool o' yourself.
There were heads of people moving on the porch and in the court, and the yard was all a-bustle and to-do.
I sure am glad this to-do is all over, and that child is safe.
But to the ears of Miguel Alvarado the wind had borne sound of the to-do raised by an approaching horse.
It ain't Mr. and Mrs. Scherman, and those two little children,—or two and a half,—that makes all the to-do.
Emma Torrance flings open the door grandly, and we learn what all the to-do is about.
Was there ever such a to-do as that woman Lola Montez is kicking up?
Vatteville made no to-do, but at once drew a pistol, shot the prior dead, and effected his escape.
Don't it seem perfectly ridiculous that when you want to shake a man you can't just shake him, without all this to-do?'