Cowl had

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  • The monk was still standing there, but the cowl had dropped over his face. Cited from The Lancashire Witches, by William Harrison Ainsworth
  • His cowl had half fallen back, and made a strange excrescence on either side of his bull neck. Cited from The Great English Short-Story Writers, Vol. 1, by Various
  • The seat cowl had a storage compartment for small items and was lockable as well.
  • From her earliest recollections the gray gown and cowl had been familiar to her eyes, and had represented the things which she was taught to hold most sacred and dear. Cited from Ramona, by Helen Hunt Jackson
  • The episode of Mr. Cowl had agitated her considerably. Cited from The Lion's Share, by E. Arnold Bennett
  • When next they fought, it looked like the Crimson Cowl had won until Hawkeye disguised as Dreadknight saved the team.
  • "What's that you're saying?" murmured Miss Ingate, who had picked up the letter which Mr. Cowl had laid on the small table. Cited from The Lion's Share, by E. Arnold Bennett
  • Jane Cowl had starred in the original 1912 Broadway production of Bayard Veiller's play of the same name about a young woman sent to prison and comes out seeking revenge.
  • The sketch represented the head and shoulders of a man, whose cowl had fallen back, exposing the outlines and moulding of a face and throat absolutely flawless in beauty, yet darkened by the reflection of some overpowering and irremediable woe. Cited from At the Mercy of Tiberius, by Augusta Evans Wilson
  • The attitude in which She bent over her harp, was easy and graceful: Her Cowl had fallen back- warder than usual: Two coral lips were visible, ripe, fresh, and melting, and a Chin in whose dimples seemed to lurk a thousand Cupids. Cited from The Monk, by Matthew Lewis
  • During a battle between the V-Battalion and the Thunderbolts, the Crimson Cowl had Dallas teleported to her hideout, which was on the border of Symkaria and Latveria.