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- n. Archaic spelling of cloak.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- See Cloak.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete spelling of cloak.
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The word translated "cloke", i.e., outer garment, in Matt.
And if any man will sue thee at the law, and take away thy coat, let him have thy cloke also.
Ai haz brot u a cloke uv inbisibilitee ala Hairy Potted sew u cahn hyde owt fer a rest wen teh phlonquieing git tew mush fer u!
He says so much, so colorfully, yet without saying anything at all - like an invisibility cloke fabricated from the wool of sheep.
June 10, 2008 at 11:00 am iz lynze frum “princess bride” da buk — whar Fezzik gots da cloke, nawt mee.
Wen u meetz wif him u rapp up in teh imbisible cloke ov awl teh luv an support u haz from ur frenz hier who wil be sendin u teh wite lite thots tu maek u strawng.
Dere is a storie dat wun day teh Prophet Muhammad went to put on his cloke an found a kitteh sleepin on it.
So himz cut off dat part of his cloke so as not to disturb teh kitteh.
Goteshoppard quits his gabhard cloke to sate with Becchus.
He had the thought which I had not (for what had I to with thinking, who had it not when I stood most in need of it?) to purchase for me a velvet hood, and a short cloke, trimmed with silver, without saying any thing to me.