Whereupon I turned to the spying friar and said; 'Hand me your robe and cowl.'
I had divested myself of my monk's habit, and cut away the cowl from Madonna's.
Frey Bartolomeo shot a fierce glance at him from under his cowl.
Meanwhile, remember our proverb that says, 'It's not the cowl makes the monk.'
If you are still troubled, some other cowl must be causing it now.
But he did not care for the low debaucheries, where the frock and cowl were at home.
Better don a cowl at once, Ser Cioni: everybody will believe in your fasting.
I recognized, under the cowl, the thin, sallow face and the sombre eyes.
Throughout Mexico, the cowl of the monk is the best passport a man could be provided with.
As it chances, we have with us one or two who once wore the cowl.