cloak


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Synonyms for cloak

Synonyms for cloak

a garment wrapped about a person

to cover as if with clothes

to surround and cover completely so as to obscure

to prevent (something) from being known

Synonyms for cloak

anything that covers or conceals

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cover as if with clothing

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cover with or as if with a cloak

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References in classic literature ?
Wragge (now occupied in sorting her parcels) might weary of her employment, might come in again at a moment's notice, might pass near the bed, and see the gray cloak.
He added that he did not pretend to say what he might or might not have done to Compeyson, but, that in the moment of his laying his hand on his cloak to identify him, that villain had staggered up and staggered back, and they had both gone overboard together; when the sudden wrenching of him (Magwitch) out of our boat, and the endeavour of his captor to keep him in it, had capsized us.
So he wrapped her round in his cloak and wished themselves to the granite mountain, and in an instant there they were, sitting on it
So we agreed to this," went on Much, "and spread a cloak down, and he opened his bag and shook it thereon.
One could comprehend the necessity of the cold and the urgency of the cloak.
They stripped me of the shirt and cloak that I was wearing, and gave me instead the tattered old clouts in which you now see me; then, towards nightfall, they reached the tilled lands of Ithaca, and there they bound me with a strong rope fast in the ship, while they went on shore to get supper by the sea side.
The coadjutor proceeded onward to the quay by way of the Rue de la Monnaie; there he found groups of bourgeois clad in black cloaks or gray, according as they belonged to the upper or lower bourgeoisie.
With a dark flush of wrath upon his brow they saw the General draw his sword and advance to meet the figure in the cloak before the latter had stepped one pace upon the floor.
Meanwhile he had gone outside again and mounted his horse and thrown off the cloak.
The red cloak made her look gay and vivid, like the Ellen Mingott of old days; and he laughed as he took her hand, and answered: "I came to see what you were running away from.
Two footmen, the princess' and his own, stood holding a shawl and a cloak, waiting for the conversation to finish.
I tell you what, if there had been a real Jess and she had boasted to me about her cloak with beads, I would have said to her in a careless sort of voice, "Step across with me, Jess and I'll let you see something that is hanging in my wardrobe.
The white, down-trimmed cloak, with certain imposing ornaments on the hood, was assumed with becoming gravity and draped with much advancing and retreating before the glass, as its wearer practised the true Boston gait, elbows back, shoulders forward, a bend and a slide, occasionally varied by a slight skip.
Take off her cloak," he cried, raising his hand to her neck.
nobody in this place ever appeared in person if he could help it), and just beyond the office, on the way to the servants' quarters, was the gentlemen's cloak room, the last boundary of the gentlemen's domain.