V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: to put on clothing

Synonyms: dress, clothe, put [on], wear

Antonyms: doff

Tips: The word don is a contraction of "do on," as in do [put] on [your clothes]. It's a rather formal and old-fashioned term which isn't frequently used in common, casual conversation.

Usage Examples:

I'll be ready to go just as soon as I don my shoes. (put on)

You should don your coat, because it's chilly outside. (put on)

Lucy felt very sophisticated whenever she donned her mother's pear necklace. (put on)

Do you think I should don my fedora or my baseball cap? (put on, wear)

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