mobled

adjective
mo·​bled | \ˈmä-bəld \

Definition of mobled 

: being wrapped or muffled in or as if in a hood

First Known Use of mobled

1603, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for mobled

past participle of moble to muffle, probably frequentative of mob to muffle, of unknown origin

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