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add to put on or with something else to make larger or better. [1/6 definitions]
assume to put on in a false way; pretend. [1/3 definitions]
bead a small, round object made of material such as glass, wood, or plastic. A bead has a small hole through its center so it can be put on a string to make necklaces or to decorate clothing. [1/3 definitions]
change to put on other clothing. [1/10 definitions]
dab1 to put on with light patting touches. [1/5 definitions]
don2 to put on; dress oneself in.
feign to pretend or fake; put on a false show of.
hang up to put on a hook or hanger. [1/2 definitions]
iodine a mixture of iodine, compounds of iodine, and alcohol, which can be put on cuts to kill germs and stop infections. [1/2 definitions]
load to put on or in something in order to carry. [1/6 definitions]
makeup lipstick, powder, and other cosmetics put on the face to change the way it looks or to make it look better. [1/3 definitions]
mascara a paste put on the eyelashes to make them look darker.
perfume a liquid, made from flowers, herbs, or other substances that has a pleasant smell. Perfume is put on the body. [1/3 definitions]
postage stamp a small, printed label that is put on a piece of mail to show that the postage has been paid. Postage stamps often have pictures on them.
pullover a sweater or shirt that is put on and taken off by being pulled over the head.
register to sign up for something by having one's name put on an official list. [1/9 definitions]
run to put oneself in a particular place or condition. [1/30 definitions]
sign a printed direction, notice, or warning put on a surface or on an upright support. [1/7 definitions]
slip1 to put on or take off quickly or casually. [1/13 definitions]
slipper any small, flat shoe that may be easily put on and taken off. Slippers are indoor shoes.
spread to put on in a layer. [1/7 definitions]