I donned the hip-hop attire (not very well), and dreamed of an alternate life as a girl tagger.
Intrepidly, I donned layers and hit the pavement to find out.
Conor arrived at Midtown South and donned his uniform, a nameplate reading “McDonald,” and shield 15798 gleaming on his chest.
A considerably less hirsute host faced down a firing squad, donned clown gear, and got berated by Don Draper himself.
Everywhere you look, new gadgets that can be attached, strapped on, or donned arrive on the market.
Your sire rules the millions who have donned fear's stole forever.
He entered the boathouse, undressed, and donned his bathing suit.
Meanwhile Tom tore his borrowed clothing from him, donned his handsome uniform, and made ready for more active movement.
Oilskins were donned, for the sky was overcast and the wind keen.
Harriet had just donned a dainty frock of dimity, and was now dusting her chestnut ringlets lightly with powder.
1520s, from Spanish or Portuguese don, title of respect, from Latin dominus "lord, master." The university sense is c.1660, originally student slang; underworld sense is 1952, from Italian don, from Late Latin domnus, from Latin dominus (see domain). The fem. form is Dona (Spanish/Portuguese), Donna (Italian).
early 14c. contraction of do on (see doff). "After 1650 retained in popular use only in north. dialect; as a literary archaism it has become very frequent in 19th c." [OED]. Related: Donned; donning.