Origin of cowled
verb (used with object)
Origin of cowl
Examples from the Web for cowled
Contemporary Examples of cowled
That cowled Sarah Burton column in ivory crepe was a Twitter sensation.Notes From a Royal Wedding
May 1, 2011
Historical Examples of cowled
Gaskell, in the shadows of the cowled fireplace jumped in sheer alarm.The Lion's Skin
"What you have seen—you have seen," the cowled form replied enigmatically.Under the Witches' Moon
Cowled architects of the XIX century rebuilt their monastery.How France Built Her Cathedrals
Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly
She threw far from her a cowled cloak that she had on, and said to Agnes: "Leave us."
In the beam of this he sat, cowled in white, but his face was shadowed.Rest Harrow
Word Origin for cowl
Old English cule, from earlier cugele, from Late Latin cuculla "monk's cowl," variant of Latin cucullus "hood, cowl," of uncertain origin. Cowling is 1917 in the aircraft sense.