a sleeveless garment of various lengths, fastened around the neck and falling loosely from the shoulders, worn separately or attached to a coat or other outer garment.
the capa of a bullfighter.
(USED WITH OBJECT) [CAPED, CAP·ING.]
(of a matador or capeador during a bullfight) to induce and guide the charge of (a bull) by flourishing a capa.
In geography, a cape is a headland or a promontory of large size extending into a
body of water, usually the sea. A cape usually represents a marked change in ...
The Cape of Good Hope in South Africa is often thought to be the southern tip of
Africa, but it's not. The southern tip is actually Cape Agulhas, 150 kilometers (93 ...
A cape is a portion of land that differs in shape from the rest of the coastline and
extends for a substantial distance into the ocean or another large body of water ...
For names of actual capes, see the specific element of the names; for example,
Hatteras, Cape; Good Hope, Cape of. Other geographic names beginning with ...
A cape is any land that extends out into water, especially a promontory (a narrow
piece of ... Some famous capes around the world are the Cape of Good Hope, ...
A cape is a pointed piece of land that sticks out into a sea, ocean, lake, or river.
cave. A cave is a large hole in the ground or in the side of a hill or mountain. cay
A woman wearing a cape. Licensed from iStockPhoto. noun. The definition of a
cape is piece of land that sticks into the water. An example of a cape is the piece
Convective Available Potential Energy. CAPE and Tornadoes.