to-do[ tuh-doo ]SEE DEFINITION OF to-do
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TO-DO
If she gits a premium for puttin' up gardin-sass, I'll warrant there'll be a to-do.
Emma Torrance flings open the door grandly, and we learn what all the to-do is about.
And I must laugh to see my neighbours making a to-do about a mercantile bargain.
But on leaving we were met by the farmer, who made a to-do, charging us with trespassing.
Wal, there was an awful row and a to-do about it, you may be sure.
I suppose something is going to happen; there can't be all this to-do for nothing.
What a to-do to discover if this particular soldier was innocent or guilty!
With considerable of a to-do, Mrs. Norris announced the gift of a grandfather's clock.
That drab you make such a to-do about has been mine this two months past.
I have no notion of people's making such a to-do about money and greatness.