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put-on done or assumed deceptively; pretended. [3 definitions]
put on to dress in. [2 definitions]
put one's head on the chopping block to take, or be subject to, a great risk, as of being severely criticized or fired.
put one's nose to the grindstone to start or diligently pursue some hard or tedious work, esp. in a spirit of resignation.
put one through one's paces to cause one to demonstrate skill or ability.
put on the map make famous or celebrated (used esp. of obscure places that gain sudden fame by association with a celebrated person or event).
put-out in baseball, any play in which a player is declared to be out.
put out to stop the burning of something.
put out the welcome mat to extend an enthusiastic and generous welcome.
put-put the popping sound made by a small internal combustion engine. [2 definitions]
putrefaction the act or process of rotting or decomposing. [2 definitions]
putrefy to cause to rot or decompose. [3 definitions]
putrescent rotting; decomposing; putrefying. [2 definitions]
putrid of, concerning, or exhibiting rot or decomposition. [3 definitions]
putsch (sometimes cap.) a sudden attempted seizure of state power.
put (someone) on a pedestal to elevate in regard or esteem; idealize.
put stock in to consider important or believable.
putt in golf, to strike a ball gently to roll it into or near the hole when it is on or near the green. [2 definitions]
puttee a strip of cloth wound spirally or other legging used by soldiers, horse riders, and the like to cover the lower leg.
putter1 to move about or work randomly and with little effort.
putter2 in golf, a short, flat-faced club that is used in putting. [2 definitions]