Ado in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Ado

trouble, difficulty, or complications

Examples of Ado in a sentence

There was a great deal of ado in trying to stop the committee from cancelling the school talent show, but all of the trouble was worth it since we succeeded. 🔊

Few people try to rob banks outright these days since there is so much ado involved, and those complications and difficulties usually get them arrested. 🔊

The rivalry between the two families in Romeo and Juliet is exactly what created all of the ado between the titular couple and their romance. 🔊

If you do not plan before taking complicated action, it is very likely that you will encounter a great deal of ado brought about by your impatience. 🔊

Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ is titled as such precisely because the whole play revolves around trouble brought on because of the character’s petty concerns. 🔊

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