hood[ hoo d ]SEE DEFINITION OF hood
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOOD
We got his hat, and we picked up the hood of the sky-light, but could not find the boy.
I had conducted so much and so violently since; but I was not too old to remember Biddy's hood.
He was carrying his gown and hood—I suppose it was that—on his arm.
I can still see the tall old woman, with her brown cape and hood.
My thin face was nearly covered by my hair, which was flattened down by my hood.
The hood of course, in their case, is only large enough to cover the head.
"I'm very cold," she said, as she pulled her hood over her head.
The hood resting on the edge of her chignon formed a kind of Phrygian cap.
She had put it over her head for a hood, pretending to be a Moorish woman.
The wind swept the hood of her cape about her head and he could smell the fragrance of her hair.