A cowl may refer to:
- Cowl, a garment worn by monks
- Cowl (chimney), a device fitted to a chimney pot to prevent wind blowing the smoke back down into the room beneath
- Cowl (oast), the revolving device found on oasts, maltings, and breweries
- Cowl unit, a body style for locomotives
- Cowl (novel), a science fiction novel
- Crimson Cowl, the name of some Marvel Comics characters
- Legend of the White Cowl, a Russian Orthodox Church story
- Jane Cowl, a stage actress and playwright
- La Cagoule (The Cowl), a French political movement
- All pages beginning with "cowl"
- All pages with titles containing "cowl"
- Cowling (disambiguation)
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