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- n. Alternative form of capoch.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Same as capoch.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To cover with a hood.
- To blind or hoodwink.
- n. A monk's hood or cowl; especially, a hood of peculiar pointed form worn by the Capuchin monks.
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He wore a little brown capouch girt very near to his body with a white towel, also a pair of breeches and gamashoes of the same coloured cloth, and on his head a clay-coloured cap; his gamashoes were lifted up half the leg, which verily seemed to be white alabaster.
Thus, he took out of his case a pair of shears, and cut off Cardenios beard therewithal in a trice, and then gave unto him to wear a riding capouch which he himself had on, and a black cloak, and himself walked in a doubles and hose.
The Fourth Book. II. Which Treats of the Discretion of the Beautiful Dorothea, and the Artificial Manner Used to Dissuade the Amorous Knight from Continuing His Penance; and How He Was Gotten Away; with Many Other Delightful and Pleasant Occurrences
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