Into the sea I threw the clothes I had been wearing, and donned fresh ones.
He entered the boathouse, undressed, and donned his bathing suit.
I donned my broad-brimmed hat, and wrapped my cloak about me.
He gave her the skirt and she donned that over her own dress.
Oilskins were donned, for the sky was overcast and the wind keen.
So he accepted them and donned them, to her evident delight.
The Señorita donned her hat and led the way down the steps to the outside.
“I would have washed it, and donned it, and put it abed,” said Clare.
It was a soft October night and none of the Lookouts had donned hats or wraps.
They prepared to leave, Hatch donned a suit coat and put on his hat.