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without further ado

Also,without more ado. Without more work, ceremony, or fuss. For example, Without further ado they adjourned the meeting and went home, or And now, without more ado, here is our speaker of the day. This idiom has one of the few surviving uses of the noun ado, meaning “what is being done.” (Another is much ado about nothing) [ Late 1300s ]
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  • without further ado, I set about changing my clothing for that of the German.

    City of Endless Night Milo Hastings
  • without further ado, therefore, they set about preserving the meat.

    The Plant Hunters Mayne Reid
  • "Yes'm," returned the child, and ate them without further ado.

    Jewel Clara Louise Burnham
  • without further ado, Theydon entered and Handyside followed.

    Number Seventeen Louis Tracy
  • But I will come to the information you desire, without further ado.

    The History of The Hen Fever George P. Burnham

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