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don, dons, donning, donned (verb forms)
1. To put on a garment or to dress oneself in a piece of clothing.
2. Putting a piece of clothing on to one's body.
3. To assume or to take on an attitude or to show one's feelings especially of grief or anger in a demonstrative way: "He donned the attitude of the injured party when he was not chosen."
4. Etymology: The verbal form of don appeared in about the early 14th century which came from Middle English as a contraction of do on, "put on".
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