Gaskell, in the shadows of the cowled fireplace jumped in sheer alarm.
"What you have seen—you have seen," the cowled form replied enigmatically.
Cowled architects of the XIX century rebuilt their monastery.
She threw far from her a cowled cloak that she had on, and said to Agnes: "Leave us."
In the beam of this he sat, cowled in white, but his face was shadowed.
Close beside me were two cowled monks, and I believe that it was one of them who spoke.
The sky is cowled with cloud, save where a sullen sunset shoots blood-red rays across the plain.
But the shadow of the cowled and cloaked figure stood statue-like and never moved.
Close to the walls they go, their hands meekly folded, their cowled heads bent to the ground, and yet their eyes note everything.
The spirit of monachism is as distinguishable as if the cowled ghosts of the victims were actually seen flitting along the aisles.