What is another word for put on?

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To put on or wear (a garment or clothing)
“And to prove her obedience, the girl left her mum's arms to put on her dress.”
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To make a false show or pretense of
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“The mounting popular protest movement compelled the government to put on a show of concern over human rights violations.”
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To present or stage a performance or presentation
“They put on a great show for the big crowd despite the rough conditions.”
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To increase in amount, value or degree
“The loss of bodily fluids resulted in a loss of vital minerals, so my body began to crave nutrition, and I began to put on weight.”
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To describe or express in too exaggerated terms
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To start or activate a switch or device
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To display or show (something) for others to see
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To put on a public performance
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Fool someone
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To trick or deceive someone, usually playfully
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To organize or bring about
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To tease
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To have been displayed or exhibited
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Start the operation of
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To join or unite (one thing to another)
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To exhibit or present (a particular facial expression or appearance)
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Stretch the truth
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To attribute or ascribe a property, quality or value to someone or something
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To put a layer of (something) on a surface
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To restore, or bring again to life
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To ignite
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To gamble on the outcome of a game, race or event
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To impose a rule, law, penalty, etc.
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To have replaced one's clothing
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To be a symbol or embodiment of
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Make rude and mocking remarks, typically in a loud voice
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To (excessively) boast about one's accomplishments, qualities, or possessions
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To hire (somebody) for work or a job
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To bring or transport something to its destination
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(of a material) To stretch or open out
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To carry out a task, especially one that requires a degree of ability or skill
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To alter something from its true state, typically to deceive
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Presented
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Produced by deliberate effort rather than spontaneously
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Showing a skilful use of underhand tactics to achieve goals
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Copying or following a model or example
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Not genuinely meaning what has been expressed
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Intended to impress in a showy manner
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An illicit or ridiculous activity or escapade
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A sudden and unaccountable change of mood or behaviour
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A derisive art form that mocks by imitation
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A humorous or malicious deception
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A deception or pretense, originally an absurdly obvious one but now in general use
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A fraudulent imitation of something else
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Display intended to excite admiration or applause
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Treachery
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A smoke-cured and salt-brined herring strong enough to turn the flesh red
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The condition or quality of being phony or fake
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The subjection of someone or something to contemptuous and dismissive language or behavior