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pull-on

[ noun pool-on, -awn; adjective pool-on, -awn ]
/ noun ˈpʊlˌɒn, -ˌɔn; adjective ˈpʊlˈɒn, -ˈɔn /
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noun

an item of apparel that is pulled on, as a sweater or glove.

adjective

designed to be put on by being pulled on: a pull-on jersey.

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Origin of pull-on

First recorded in 1915–20; noun, adj. use of verb phrase pull on
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British Dictionary definitions for pull-on

pull on

verb

(tr, adverb) to don (clothing)
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