capote[ kuh-poht; French ka-pawt ]SEE DEFINITION OF capote
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAPOTE
Casting his capote about him and drawing on his mittens, he obeyed.
A warm, well-lined hood or capote was attached to each overcoat.
She wore a long Dalmatian capote with the hood drawn over her head.
The Pope kissed my capote, when I went to him in the evening to take my leave.
Capote–bleu, Matre Perrot, what do you think of your master, is he mad?
“That is more than we have done,” Louis admitted, shaking the snow from his capote.
Murray pulled on his capote and looked up at the bark and pole roof.
"Now my capote, Glasha," Elena Kirillovna says as she gets up.
Then she put on her coat and capote and mittens, and went to the door.
As soon as they catch sight of a "capote" there is a cry: "Jew, Jew!"