put-on[ noun poo t-on, -awn; adjective poo t-on, -awn ]SEE DEFINITION OF put-on
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PUT-ON
"She's only china, and her hair's a put-on wig," said Agatha, with tears in her eyes.
And since her niece had come to live with her, this put-on sternness had increased.
This was evidently no put-on apology for the occasion, and Wyndham, as he spoke, looked as penitent as his words.