capote

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noun ca·pote \kə-ˈpōt\

Definition of capote

  1. :  a usually long and hooded cloak or overcoat

Examples of capote in a sentence

  1. <the traveler wore a long hooded capote as he walked over the moors>

Origin and Etymology of capote

French, from cape cloak, from Late Latin cappa


First Known Use: 1799


Capote

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biographical name Ca·pote \kə-ˈpō-tē\

Definition of Capote

  1. Truman 1924–1984 Am. writer


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