Idiom:  without further ado

Definition

without further ado:  

  • without talking more about something
  • without any delay before doing something


Example sentences

  • Without further ado, close your books and let’s begin the test.
  • I appreciate your attention and without further ado, Professor Johnson will now deliver this evening's keynote address.
  • Now that we've done our introductions let's get the meeting started without further ado.
  • So, without further ado, I'm pleased to present the awards to tonight's winners. 
  • After a full day of presentations I'm sure you're all anxious to leave, so without further ado, Sandra will wrap up today's session with a few final comments. 
  • Without further Ado, I'd like to present the next speaker, Danielle Evans
  • Are there any final questions? Great, then without further ado, let's break out into small groups for further discussion.
  • And now, without further ado, let's get this competition started.


Synonyms

  • right away


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