So these men, when they have promised great matters, and failed most shamefully, yet (if they have the perfection of boldness) they will but slight it over, and make a turn, and no more ado
It is the knight's pavilion, said Merlin, that ye fought with last, Sir Pellinore, but he is out, he is not there; he hath ado
with a knight of yours, that hight Egglame, and they have fought together, but at the last Egglame fled, and else he had been dead, and he hath chased him even to Carlion, and we shall meet with him anon in the highway.
While Little John from underneath his bushy covert had much ado
to keep from roaring aloud in pure joy.
Some few days after this memorable meeting of the Gun Club, the manager of an English company announced, at the Baltimore theatre, the production of "Much ado
Which all who have no heart will think to contain much ado
But even the superfluous ones make much ado
about their death, and even the hollowest nut wanteth to be cracked.
He put his hand upon the sleeper's rear, as though feeling if it was soft enough; and then, without more ado
, sat quietly down there.
Without more ado
, therefore, I turned to meet the charge of the infuriated bull ape.
Phileas Fogg returned to the hotel, begged a moment's conversation with Aouda, and without more ado
, apprised her that Jeejeeh was no longer at Hong Kong, but probably in Holland.
Monk took me to see in London, which was called, I think, `Much Ado
It is what I have been wanting all the time," said I, and then without more ado
the little white figure rose and flung itself at me.
said the scissors; for she was angry; and without more ado
, she CUT HIM, and then he was condemned.