Need another word that means the same as “cape”? Find 7 synonyms and 30 related words for “cape” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Cape” are: mantle, ness, cloak, shawl, wrap, stole, tippet
Cape as a Noun
Definitions of "Cape" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “cape” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A sleeveless garment like a cloak but shorter.
- A part of a longer coat or cloak that falls loosely over the shoulders from the neckband.
- A strip of land projecting into a body of water.
- The pelt from the head and neck of an animal, for preparation as a hunting trophy.
- A sleeveless cloak, typically a short one.
Synonyms of "Cape" as a noun (7 Words)
He threw his cloak about him.
|mantle||The part of another planetary body corresponding to the earth s mantle.|
Magmas erupted at mid ocean ridges are derived from the upper mantle.
|ness||A headland or promontory.|
|shawl||Cloak consisting of an oblong piece of cloth used to cover the head and shoulders.|
|stole||A stolen base an instance in which a base runner advances safely during the delivery of a pitch without the help of a hit or walk or passed ball or wild pitch.|
|tippet||A woman’s fur shoulder cape with hanging ends; often consisting of the whole fur of a fox or marten.|
|wrap||Paper or soft material used for wrapping.|
Usage Examples of "Cape" as a noun
- The robe was decorated with gold lace on the fronts, cape, and hem.
- He was wearing a flowing cape.
- The hair on a cape for the taxidermist can spoil in warm weather.
Associations of "Cape" (30 Words)
|boot||Kick give a boot to.|
The system won t boot from the original drive.
|caparison||Put a caparison on.|
Caparison the horses for the festive occasion.
|cashmere||Woollen material made from or resembling cashmere.|
A cashmere jumper.
|cloak||Cover with or as if with a cloak.|
Preparations had taken place under a cloak of secrecy.
|cloth||A piece of cloth for cleaning or covering something e g a dishcloth or a tablecloth.|
Has he given up all ideas of the cloth.
|coat||Cover or provide with a coat.|
Coat each part with a thin oil.
|cockade||An ornament (such as a knot of ribbon or a rosette) usually worn on the hat.|
The cap bore the traditional cockade in silver blue and red.
He doffed his hat.
|drape||A man’s suit consisting of a long jacket and narrow trousers, as worn by a Teddy boy.|
He draped an arm around her shoulders.
|fez||A felt cap (usually red) for a man; shaped like a flat-topped cone with a tassel that hangs from the crown.|
|glove||Of a wicketkeeper baseball catcher etc catch deflect or touch the ball with a gloved hand.|
Vaughan gloved it and got to his knees to throw.
|handkerchief||A square of cotton or other finely woven material intended for wiping one’s nose.|
|hat||Headdress that protects the head from bad weather has shaped crown and usually a brim.|
Wearing her scientific hat she is director of a pharmacology research group.
|headdress||An ornamental covering or band for the head, especially one worn on ceremonial occasions.|
A tall plumed headdress.
|jacket||The dust jacket of a book.|
Phonograph records were sold in cardboard jackets.
|mask||Put a mask on or cover with a mask.|
Mask the meat.
|mitten||Glove that encases the thumb separately and the other four fingers together.|
|monocle||A single eyeglass, kept in position by the muscles around the eye.|
|raincoat||A long coat, typically having a belt, made from waterproofed or water-resistant fabric.|
|robe||A dressing gown or bathrobe.|
A baby in christening robes.
|scarf||Wrap in or adorn with a scarf.|
She tucked her woolly scarf around her neck.
|shirt||A garment similar to a shirt made of stretchable material and typically having a short row of buttons at the neck worn as casual wear or for sports.|
Tonight he s smartly dressed in shirt and tie.
|skirt||The part of a coat or dress that hangs below the waist.|
She skirted the problem.
|sweater||A knitted garment worn on the upper body, typically with long sleeves, put on over the head.|
A close knit wool sweater for icy weather.
|umbrella||The gelatinous disc of a jellyfish, which it contracts and expands to move through the water.|
Europe sought a measure of independence from the US defence umbrella.
|veil||A membrane that is attached to the immature fruiting body of some toadstools and ruptures in the course of development either universal veil enclosing the whole fruiting body or partial veil joining the edges of the cap to the stalk.|
A veil of mist and snow lay over the landscape.
|vest||Of a chorister or member of the clergy put on vestments.|
She vested her vast fortune in her two sons.
|wear||Have in one s aspect wear an expression of one s attitude or personality.|
Any British registered boat may wear the red ensign.