Pull-on meaning

po͝olŏn, -ôn
The definition of a pull-on is a piece of clothing without zippers or buttons that can be put on by easy pulling.

An example of a pull-on is a pair of jeans with an elastic waist band.

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A garment, such as a sweater or pair of pants, designed to be easily pulled on.
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Designating or of a garment designed to be put on easily, typically one without buttons, zippers, or other fasteners.
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To put on (clothes)
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A pull-on skirt, shorts, etc.
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