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verb (used with object), donned, don·ning.
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noun Welsh Mythology.
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Examples from the Web for don
We brought in Don Lemon, the year that he wrote his book, and I told that story to the audience that was there.
Nobody knows chaotic living quite like Don Draper, what with juggling high profile clients, his many paramours, and travel.
The Old-Fashioned is the crème of the cocktail crop—according to Don Draper, at least.
She reportedly also had a book collection worth more than €20 million, including a first edition of Don Quixote from 1605.
Don Terry, a senior writer at the Southern Poverty Law Center, doubts it.The Klan’s Call to Violence in Ferguson Blows the Lid Off Its Hypocritical Rebrand|Caitlin Dickson|November 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Don was telling some of his adventures, and no one but Celestia Ann in the kitchen noticed the ringing of the door-bell.Mildred at Home|Martha Finley
"Most illustrious caballero, Don Alcala de Aguilera, we have met before," said the man.The Spanish Cavalier|Charlotte Maria Tucker
Don Gesualdo had gone across the rough grass of the garden, and had passed out of sight beyond the tall hedge of rose-laurel.
Suspended from the gas pipe, which was bent and leaking, was Don Roberto.The Californians|Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
By changing the course of his own boat, Don Camillo soon found himself within an oar's length of the other.The Bravo|J. Fenimore Cooper
British Dictionary definitions for don (1 of 5)
verb dons, donning or donned
Word Origin for don
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noun plural -ries
- a bright red colour; cerise
- (as adjective)a cherry coat