redon

verb re·don \ (ˌ)rē-ˈdän \
|Updated on: 12 Jun 2018

Definition of redon

redonned; redonning; redons
: to don (an article of clothing) again
  • redonned her hat and gloves
  • Her itching feet led her back to Cambria City and she redonned her apron at The Back Door Cafe, assuming the position of sous chef and bringing a wealth of new experience with her.
  • —Justin Dennis

First Known Use of redon

1858

in the meaning defined above

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Redon

biographical name Re·don \ rə-ˈdōⁿ \

Definition of Redon

Odilon 1840–1916 French artist

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