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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadoa‧do /əˈduː/ noun   without more/further ado
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adoThe emptying of the house could therefore no longer be postponed and Charlotte had decided to put matters in hand without further ado.Without further ado, I set to work.And without more ado he booked his one-way ticket.The two men say it's much ado about nothing.He fairly squirmed with the agony of having made so much ado about nothing.So much ado about so little.But mostly, it was much ado about nothing.
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