Cape (vb): To escape from a situation utilising a mixture of speed and fabric.

The kind of person who capes out of a situation will usually, but not exclusively, be: Tall, dark, brooding, sinister, quiet ect. They will also perform the move with such skill that most of the time people will be left in a state of confusion or yelling 'WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT?'
There were too many guards, so he turned round and decided to cape away into the night.
by Furious Ming December 30, 2010
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A stupid bitch that always gets in the way, ruining your plans. The cape always tags along and will whine the entire time.
Dude the cape got us so bad.
by anticape May 7, 2007
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worn when given a haircut, or in general to protect clothing. it is usually either snapped or velcroed around the neck and drapes down over the person receiving the cut and the chair. it is rather comfortable and tends to turn people on. especially when a neck strip is first wrapped around the neck, and sticks up from the collar of the cape.

capes are usually big, to cover up everything.
I watched my hair slide down the salon cape.

The hair dresser fastened a big cape around my neck.

Today I sat out on the front porch wearing a neck strip and my favorite cape.

I love getting a haircut at the local barbers. They use the good old vertical striped capes instead of those obnocious colored ones.
by haircuttingcapefetish July 24, 2010
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A special kind of hug between two people. The "cape" is called a "cape" because it is almost like both people in the hug are wearing capes.
"I think it's time for a cape break."
"You should have seen the cape he was giving her"
by Sebezz May 19, 2009
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A slut or a whore. A girl that sleeps around with a lot of different guys.
That girl has slept with everyone. She is such a cape.
by Lauren January 12, 2005
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verb: the act of wearing a cape, often to show off or imply supernatural strength and/or boost one's ego to prepare for a challenging endeavor.

other forms: caping, capery, mad caping, cape-a-liscious
Ryan: (wraps himself in a beach towel and starts roping in the moon like Superman) Look at me! I'm caping!

Jacob: I just try and cape all day, every day; I mean, why wouldn't you? You're clearly wearing a CAPE. Enough said.

Mike: Caping is legit because Harry Potter does it. If Potter didn't cape he would be dead to me like his parents.
by The Jabber June 2, 2010
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A point or head of land projecting into a 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 Cape are entered under Cape, for example, Cape Coral, Florida; Cape York Peninsula.
by Jhalak DasRoy April 26, 2003
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