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    Wear Upon/Over

    In entry 1 of the third section of definitions for "layering" on some online dictionary, it reads:

    "1. the wearing of lightweight or unconstructed garments one upon the other"

    Wearing one jacket "upon" a sweater sounds weird. Would "over" be better?


    Source: thefreedictionary.com/layering

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    Exclamation Re: Wear Upon/Over

    Clone of banned user.

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    Re: Wear Upon/Over

    Good work, CS. Thanks.

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