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Another word for hood

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Noun
  1. A person who treats others violently and roughly, especially for hire

      1. Either of two large apes (Gorilla gorilla or G. beringei) native to the forests of equatorial Africa, having a stocky body and coarse dark brown or black hair.
      2. (Slang) A powerfully built, aggressive, and often crude man.
      3. (Slang) A person regarded as like a gorilla in appearance, strength, etc.
      1. A thug hired to intimidate or harm opponents.
      2. A person who is awkward, grotesque, stupid, etc.
      3. A ruffian or thug, esp. one hired to help break a strike, etc.
      1. Any rowdy or violent person
      2. A hoodlum, esp. a young one
      3. A tough and aggressive or violent youth.
      1. (Informal) A tough person; thug
      1. A member of a former group in India that murdered and robbed in the service of Kali
      2. One of a group of professional criminals, devotees of Kali, who robbed and murdered travelers in northern India until the mid-1800s.
      3. A rough, brutal hoodlum, gangster, robber, etc.
      1. A thug or gangster.
      2. A brutal, violent, lawless person; tough or hoodlum
      1. A tough-looking young ruffian
      2. A gangster; a thug.
      3. A tough, often aggressive or violent youth.
    See also:

    crimes

    attack

  2. A rough, violent person who engages in destructive actions

    See also:

    crimes

    attack

Another word for hood

Noun
  1. Covering worn over the head

      1. A curtain or partition used for this
      2. The Hindu or Muslim system of sex segregation, practiced especially by keeping women in seclusion.
      3. A curtain or screen, used mainly in India to keep women separate from men or strangers.
      1. A veil worn by Muslim women to cover the face in public.
      1. An old Russian woman or grandmother
      2. A kerchief or scarf worn on the head by a woman or girl and tied under the chin
      3. A woman's headscarf, folded triangularly and worn tied under the chin.
      1. A woman's scarf, as of lace, worn over the hair and shoulders, as traditionally in Spain, Mexico, etc.
      2. A lightweight lace or silk scarf traditionally worn over the head and shoulders, often over a high comb, by women in Spain and Latin America.
      3. A lady's light cloak or cape of silk, velvet, lace, or similar.
      1. A fold or pair of folds of the body wall that covers the internal organs and typically secretes the substance that forms the shell in mollusks and brachiopods.
      2. The soft outer wall lining the shell of a tunicate or barnacle.
      3. A loose sleeveless coat worn over outer garments; a cloak.
      1. A handkerchief
      2. (Old-fashioned) A piece of cloth used to cover the head.
      3. A square scarf, often worn as a head covering.
      1. A member of a branch (Friars Minor Capuchin) of the Franciscan order that adheres strictly to the original rule
      2. A monk belonging to the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin, an independent order of Franciscans founded in Italy in 1525–1528 and dedicated to preaching and missionary work.
      3. Any of several monkeys of the genus Cebus of Central and South America, having a prehensile tail and often a black or brown cap of hair on top of the head.
      1. A ripple, as on the surface of water.
      2. A winding; turn; curve
      3. A woman's head covering of medieval times, consisting of a cloth arranged about the head, cheeks, chin, and neck, leaving only the face exposed: now worn only by certain orders of nuns
      1. A length of netting attached to a woman's hat or habit, worn for decoration or to protect the head and face.
      2. A piece of light fabric hung to separate or conceal what is behind it; a curtain.
      3. (Short for) humeral veil
      1. A hood on a cloak, especially the long pointed cowl worn by a Capuchin monk.
      1. A tight-fitting cap worn under a veil, as by nuns.
      2. A hood of chain mail or other heavy material, usually worn under a helmet.
      3. A thick skullcap formerly worn under a hood of mail
      1. (Eng. History) A person ruling a kingdom during the minority, absence, or incapacity of the sovereign
      2. One who protects; a guardian.
      3. The title held by Oliver Cromwell (1653-58) and his son Richard (1658-59), during the British Protectorate
      1. In Scotland, a flat, brimless cap, worn by men and boys
      2. A hat of cloth or straw, often held in place by ribbons tied under the chin, that is worn by women and children.
      3. A metal covering, hood, or cowl, as over a fireplace, stove, or chimney for draft or ventilation
      1. A square or rectangular piece of cloth worn as a covering for the head, neck, and shoulders.
      2. An oblong or square cloth worn, esp. by women, as a covering for the head or shoulders
      3. A usually square, rectangular, or triangular piece of cloth worn as a covering for the head, neck, or shoulders.
      1. A hood-shaped metal cover for the top of a chimney, used to increase the draft
      2. The top portion of the front part of an automobile body, supporting the windshield and dashboard.
      3. The hood or hooded robe worn especially by a monk.
    See also:

    hat

  2. A covering for vehicles and the like

    See also:

    cover

  3. *A criminal

    See also:

    criminal