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ca·pote

 (kə-pōt′)
n.
1. A long, usually hooded cloak or coat.
2. (also kä-pō′tĕ) A large, usually purple and yellow cape used in maneuvering the bull especially during the initial stage of a bullfight.

[French, from Old French capote, capette, diminutive of cape, cloak, from Medieval Latin cāpa; see cape1.]
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capote

(kəˈpəʊt; French kapɔt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a long cloak or soldier's coat, usually with a hood
[C19: from French: cloak, from cape; see cape1]

Capote

(kəˈpəʊtɪ)
n
(Biography) Truman. 1924–84, US writer; his novels include Other Voices, Other Rooms (1948) and In Cold Blood (1964), based on an actual multiple murder
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ca•pote

(kəˈpoʊt)

n.
a long cloak with a hood.
[1790–1800, Amer.; < French, derivative of cape cape]

Ca•po•te

(kəˈpoʊ ti)

n.
Truman, 1924–84, U.S. novelist and playwright.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.capote - a long overcoat with a hood that can be pulled over the head
greatcoat, overcoat, topcoat - a heavy coat worn over clothes in winter
2.capote - a long cloak with a hood that can be pulled over the headcapote - a long cloak with a hood that can be pulled over the head
cloak - a loose outer garment
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QUESTION 1 - Cold Blood, Truman Capote's crime novel based on true events.
Untold Stories, Unheard Voices: Truman Capote and In Cold Blood
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Philip Seymour Hoffman as Truman Capote, uploaded February 3, 2014 - Wolf Gang/Flickr CAIRO - 2 February 2018: February 2 marks a sad day in Hollywood; in 2014, Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead of an accidental drug overdose in New York City.
Some of the faces--artist Diego Rivera, writer Truman Capote, musician Louis Armstrong--are well-known.
COVERING the same timeframe as the more successful Capote, Infamous (BBC2, 12.10am, tonight) recounts the true story of the years when Truman Capote (Toby Jones, inset) worked on his 'non-fiction novel' In Cold Blood.
WATCH IT COVERING the same timeframe as the more successful Capote, Infamous (BBC2, 12.10am, tonight) recounts the true story of the years when Truman Capote (Toby Jones, inset) worked on his 'non-fiction novel' In Cold Blood.
Synopsis: In 2001, Truman Capote's stylish homage to Brooklyn was brought back into print, but not until 2014 (more than fifty years after they were taken) were the original photographs commissioned to illustrate the essay discovered by the late photographer's son.
On the occasion of my anniversary with the journal, I am mindful of a story told by the late San Francisco Chronicle columnist Herb Caen to George Plimpton for Plimpton's oral history of Truman Capote (Truman Capote: In Which Various Friends, Enemies, Acquaintances, and Detractors Recall His Turbulent Career, published in 1997 by Doubleday).
Who is the heroine of Truman Capote's novel Breakfast at Tiffany's?