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assume to put on outwardly; pretend; affect. [1/4 definitions]
backing anything that forms or is put on the back of something, esp. as a cover or support. [1/3 definitions]
backspin a reverse spin put on a ball, such as a billiard or tennis ball, that causes it to stop suddenly or move in a backward direction.
cyclorama a large composite picture put on the wall of a circular room to appear in a natural perspective to a person in the center of the room. [1/2 definitions]
deactivate to put on inactive military status. [1/2 definitions]
don2 to put on (an article of clothing); dress oneself in. [2 definitions]
dressing room a room for one or more persons in which to dress, put on makeup, and the like, esp. in a theater or a film or television studio.
enroll to put on an official list. [1/3 definitions]
feign to imitate in order to deceive; put on or give a false appearance of. [1/3 definitions]
frank1 the mark put on mail to signify this privilege. [1/7 definitions]
guest of honor a person attending an event, such as a dinner, put on in his or her honor. [1/2 definitions]
load to put onto or into a ship, train, truck, or other vehicle in order to transport. [1/17 definitions]
medicine show a usu. small group of traveling salespeople who put on entertaining shows to attract customers for the patent medicines and other cures offered for sale.
monophonic of or pertaining to a sound-reproducing system with output on only a single channel; monaural. [1/2 definitions]
placket a slit at the top of a blouse, skirt, or the like, that makes it easier to put on and take off.
plume to put one or more feathers on, or to cover with feathers. [1/6 definitions]
pull oneself together to discipline oneself or begin to put one's life in order. [1/2 definitions]
pullover a piece of clothing, esp. a sweater, that must be put on by drawing it over the head. [2 definitions]
rand1 in shoemaking, a piece of leather attached to the back of the sole before the heel is put on.
ribband a long, flexible band of wood or metal that holds the ribs of a ship in place while the outside planking or plating is put on.
scaffold to put on or support with a scaffold. [1/5 definitions]