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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hide under a false appearance

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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 ?
One could comprehend the necessity of the cold and the urgency of the cloak.
A moment was allowed for the first thrill to subside, then Hugo, the villain, stalked in with a clanking sword at his side, a slouching hat, black beard, mysterious cloak, and the boots.
She twisted it this way and that, with quick, dexterous fingers; she laid it in masses on her shoulders; she threw it back from them in a heap and turned sidewise to see how it fell -- to see her back and shoulders freed from the artificial deformities of the padded cloak.
I called to Herbert and Startop to keep before the tide, that she might see us lying by for her, and I adjured Provis to sit quite still, wrapped in his cloak.
Then the flock took flight with much screaming, but one fell dead, and the cloak fluttered down.
But next Christmas Thomasina Tittlemouse got a present of enough rabbit-wool to make herself a cloak and a hood, and a handsome muff and a pair of warm mittens.
The cloak was handed him, and he placed his wallet upon it as though it were very heavy indeed.
But the British officers deemed that they had seen that military cloak before, and even recognized the frayed embroidery on the collar, as well as the gilded scabbard of a sword which protruded from the folds of the cloak, and glittered in a vivid gleam of light.
Another told him that he had found a cloak which rendered its wearer invisible; and the third had caught a horse which would carry its rider over any obstacle, and even up the glass mountain.
Presently, however, coming down a foot-path that crossed the highway, he caught sight of a slight figure in a red cloak, with a big dog running ahead.
Prince Andrew had gone out into the hall, and, turning his shoulders to the footman who was helping him on with his cloak, listened indifferently to his wife's chatter with Prince Hippolyte who had also come into the hall.
Well, she had no silk, but you remember how she got that cloak with beads.
A SPENDTHRIFT, seeing a single swallow, pawned his cloak, thinking that Summer was at hand.
You shall have my white cloak and any other little rigging you want.
Take off her cloak," he cried, raising his hand to her neck.