Cowl – meaning of the word and examples

A hood or long hooded cloak especially of a monk. (Merriam – Webster)

A draped neckline on a woman’s garment. (Merriam – Webster)

A chimney covering designed to improve the draft. (Merriam – Webster)

A hooded garment worn by monks. (Dictionary.com)

The hood of this garment. (Dictionary.com)

Examples

Cowl with hood.

A hooded cowl is a mantle that hangs down over the shoulders and chest, rather like a short period-poncho.

http://www.garbtheworld.com/items/g0034.shtml

OHHIO. Macaron Cowl. 

https://ohhio.com/product/macaron-cowl/

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