verb (used with object), caped, cap·ing.
Origin of cape1
Related formscaped, adjective
Definition for cape (2 of 2)
verb (used without object), caped, cap·ing.
Origin of cape2
Examples from the Web for cape
He has underpinned his future program by winning from NASA a 20-year lease on the legendary launch pad 39A at Cape Canaveral.
Following a flawless journey from Cape Canaveral in Florida, it delivered more than two tons of much-needed supplies.
There are a lot more scenes of the entire Avengers gang together—both in and out of the cape, so to speak.Jeremy Renner Opens Up About Marriage, His Problems with the Media, and the Future of Hawk-Eye|Marlow Stern|September 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The difference was clear to Sonia Little, who came from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, to attend both climate marches.Occupy Climate Change! Hundreds Blame Capitalism at Flood Wall Street Rally|Jacob Siegel|September 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Your first big splash was in Cape Fear, and that auditorium scene between you and De Niro is beyond creepy to this day.Juliette Lewis on Hollywood, Why the MSM Hates Scientology, and Masturbating to George Clooney|Marlow Stern|September 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
During his stay at the Cape numerous volunteers offered to accompany him to Sydney, many from on board the ships in the bay.The Logbooks of the Lady Nelson|Ida Lee
We went home first for rubber coats, and then set off down the road to the ocean side of the Cape.Pilgrim Trails|Frances Lester Warner
The next day they anchored off Cape Palmas, the headquarters of the Kroomen.By Sheer Pluck|G. A. Henty
Having passed it, we travelled through woods for two or three miles, when we embarked in a canoe for the Cape.Journal of Voyages|Jacob Dunham
When I left the pilot-house, Cape Canaveral, or rather the light on it, was in sight.Up the River|Oliver Optic