Wearing or supplied with a cowl; hooded.(adjective)
Having the shape of a hood.(adjective)
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Use "cowled" in a sentence
"It recalls the cowled monk with his cross, and the soldier close following with his sword; the old mission-house, with its church and garrison beside it; the fierce savage lured from a roving life, and changed into a toiling _peon_, afterwards to revolt against a system of slavery that even religion failed to make endurable; the neophyte turning his hand against his priestly instructor, equally his oppressor; revolt followed by a deluge of blood, with ruinous devastation, until the walls of both _mission_ and military _cuartel_ are left tenantless, and the redskin has returned to his roving."
"Mark Millar once posed in Scotland's Daily Record wearing what can only be described as a "fuzzy Batman Costume" with one foot on the table covered in comics with a huge grin on his cowled face."
""Strikes me you're a bit of star-dust yourself, flung into a world of cowled gnomes who cannot see," was his comment at the end of it."