from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A hood on a cloak, especially the long pointed cowl worn by a Capuchin monk.
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- n. A long, pointed hood, as that worn by the Augustinians, Capuchins or Franciscans.
Escribiendo con su capuche puesta, él usó la parte de atras de viejas cartas y sobres para sus manuscritos.
L'hiver c mieux ca se cache plus facilement sous une capuche!
Mrs. Randolph stood ready to go, putting on her capuche which she had thrown off, and Juanita laying her shawl round her shoulders.
Mrs. Randolph stood ready to go, putting on her _capuche_ which she had thrown off, and Juanita laying her shawl round her shoulders.
Biondello; whom he no sooner espied than he made for him, and dealt him a mighty blow in the face, and tore his hair and coif, and cast his capuche on the ground, and to his "Alas, Sir, what means this?" still beating him amain: -- "Traitor," cried he; "I will give thee to know what it means to send me such a message.