Ado (noun)

  1. Commotion or fuss, especially over a trifle.
  2. Trouble or difficulty.

Origin:

Middle english: shortening of at do, from old english on dæġ, literally "on day".

Examples:

  1. There was a lot of ado about nothing.
  2. He caused a great ado when he broke the vase.
  3. There was much ado about the new dress.
  4. There is no need for so much ado over a small mistake.
  5. He made a great ado about his new car.
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