Capeline

Ca'pe┬Ěline` noun [ French, from Late Latin capella . See Chapel .] (Medicine) A hood- shaped bandage for the head, the shoulder, or the stump of an amputated limb.
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Capeline

Roughly shaped crown and brim of felt or straw, to be blocked into hat shape.
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capeline

surgical bandage for the stump of amputated limb; small iron skullcap
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Capeline

The capeline was a British woman's hat of the 18th century. The capeline had a wide, soft brim made from fine straw faced with silk and was tied with ribbons.
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