Away we went to the shore of the river, gathered a lot of stones in the skirts of our capotes, and hurried back to the tree.
Capotes will be more in vogue than bonnets, their style allowing spangling, for which bonnets are not suited.
But for these capotes much of the snow would have found its way into their faces and down under the collars of their coats.
It forced its way into their eyes and noses and pockets, and tried to get under their caps and capotes.
The breath touching their fur caps, or capotes, instantly became white and shining.
The Capotes, Weeminuches, and others in the southern portion of the Territory have been more troublesome than those of the north.
To give his speech Trotzky, accompanied by his faithful "capotes," was obliged to repair to another hall.
Their uniform was similar, except that they had wings to their capotes instead of worsted epaulettes.