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90 examples of capote in sentences

I did what I could to console him, but finding him incorrigible, wrapped myself in my Albanian capote, and lay down on the deck to wait the worst."

Jessie wore a caribou-skin capote with the fur on as a protection against the cold wind.

On wi' ye." Jessie got into the cariole and was bundled up to the tip of the nose with buffalo robes, the capote of her own fur being drawn over the head and face.

He discarded his serviceable moccasins, his caribou-skin capote with the fur on, his moose-skin trousers, and his picturesque blanket shirt.

Their manner of walking is truly theatrical, but this strut is probably the effect of the capote or cloak depending from one shoulder.

En esta conformidad se encontraban las cosas en la población donde tuvo lugar el suceso que voy á referir, cuando, una noche, ya á hora bastante avanzada, envueltos en sus obscures capotes

Pero nuestro héroe, aunque joven, estaba ya tan familiarizado con estas peripecias de la vida de campaña, que apenas hubo acomodado á su gente, mandó colocar un saco de forraje al pie de la grada del presbiterio, y arrebujándose como mejor pudo en su capote y echando

Á la media hora sólo se oían los ahogados gemidos del aire que entraba por las rotas vidrieras de las ojivas del templo, el atolondrado revolotear de las aves nocturnas que tenían sus nidos en el dosel de piedra de las esculturas los muros, y el alternado rumor de los pasos del vigilante que se paseaba envuelto en los anchos pliegues de su capote, á lo largo del pórtico.

Y sobre todo, hace un frío, que no parece sino que estamos en la Siberia, añadió un tercero arrebujándose en el capote.

Y mientras éste se desembarazaba del capote para prepararse á darle de firme á su pandero, y aquél apercibía sus sonajas, y todos se disponían á hacer bulla á más y mejor, solo alguno que otro se aventuraba á defender tibiamente al extraño personaje, cuyo porte orgulloso y pedantesco hacía tan notable contraposición con la modesta apariencia

capítulo, m., chapter, council, court. capote, m., cloak, coat, greatcoat.

From my window, in the gloomy white fog, I could see detachments of soldiers walking under the walls, proceeding slowly, wrapped in their grey capotes; a soft drizzling rain falling at the time.

Un manteau-capote.

At Ak-su, the first shower met us, pouring so fast and thick that we were obliged to put on our capotes, and halt under a walnut-tree for shelter.

He wore a grey great-coat with a capote over his head.

The dress of the Moors is composed of a linen shirt, over which they fasten a cloth or silk vestment with a sash, loose trowsers reaching to the knee, a white serge cloak, or capote, and yellow slippers: their arms and legs are quite bare.

The habit of the peasantry is the same both winter and summer, and consists of a thick garment (frequently old and tattered), a short capote, a greasy turban, and a pair of yellow slippers.

Whatever property the deceased possessed is placed about the corpse, and if he happened to be a person of consequence, his friends generally purchase a capote, a shirt, a pair of trousers, &c, which articles are also laid around the pile.

" "No, I can see his capote," cried another.

Swimming madly towards them was De Catinat, rising to the shoulders with the strength of every stroke, and behind him again was the tonsured head of the friar, with his brown capote and long trailing gown floating upon the surface of the water behind him.

Everywhere was gay soundthe fiddle, the laugh, the song; everywhere was gay colorthe red sashes of the voyageurs, the beaded moccasins and leggings of the metis, the capotes of the brigade, the variegated costumes of the Crees and Ojibways.

"Voici ma capote!" said she, before he was aware of her approach.

" She hesitated a moment, standing before him, the hood of her capote, with its rich purple, dropping from the fluttering yellow hair that the moonlight deepened into gold, and the fire-opal clasp rising and falling with her breath, like an imprisoned flame.

People were hurrying about noisy and bustlingGreeks in their red caps and capotes; grave turbaned and bearded Turks; dark Moors; the Corsair-looking natives of Tripoli and Tunis, and seamen of nearly every nation.

© 10Aug45; A189378. Weinberg & McKee, Inc. (PWH); 29May73; R552750. CAPOTE, TRUMAN.

B705009. Truman Capote (A); 11Jun73; R553808.

Truman Capote (A); 12Apr73; R551981.

Truman Capote (A); 12Apr73; R551982.

R563770. Notes on N. O. By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 9Nov73; R563770. R563820.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 5Dec73; R565549.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 9Aug74; R584368. R584369.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 16Sep74; R585626.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 7Feb75; R598953.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 21Nov75; R618336.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 14Jan76; R624233. R624234.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 14Jan76; R624237. R624238.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 8Mar76; R628089. R628090.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 21May76; R633902. R633903.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 1Jun76; R636128.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 6May77; R661066. R661067.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 6Jun77; R664523. R664532.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 11Nov77; R676244. R676245.

© 10Aug45; A189378. Weinberg & McKee, Inc. (PWH); 29May73; R552750. CAPOTE, TRUMAN.

B705009. Truman Capote (A); 11Jun73; R553808.

Truman Capote (A); 12Apr73; R551981.

Truman Capote (A); 12Apr73; R551982.

R563770. Notes on N. O. By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 9Nov73; R563770. R563820.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 5Dec73; R565549.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 9Aug74; R584368. R584369.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 16Sep74; R585626.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 7Feb75; R598953.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 21Nov75; R618336.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 14Jan76; R624233. R624234.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 14Jan76; R624237. R624238.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 8Mar76; R628089. R628090.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 21May76; R633902. R633903.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 1Jun76; R636128.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 6May77; R661066. R661067.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 6Jun77; R664523. R664532.

By Truman Capote.

Truman Capote (A); 11Nov77; R676244. R676245.

Thither every man went, clad in a capote or blanket coat, a bright silk handkerchief knotted round his head, and his feet shod with moccasins or strong rawhide sandals.

They arenay moreembarked; the latest boat Waits but my chiefMy sword and my capote.