Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [v'eɪld]
meaning of the word
having or as if having a veil or concealing cover; "a veiled dancer"; "a veiled hat"; "veiled threats"; "veiled insults"
It was a veiled one.
Suggestions of veiled and vibrant feeling
Administering a little deft though veiled castigation
The Past had come from its grave, veiled, like the ghost in the garden that he had seen yesterday.
Entwined on every side, surrounded and surmounted, the bush disappears from view, veiled in white muslin.
A tall figure, so wrapped and veiled that nothing but the womanly outline could be discerned, entered, supported by John Hewett.
Come Death, so subtly veiled that I Thy coming know not, how or when, Lest it should give me life again To find how sweet it is to die.
"I cannot describe her features, for she was heavily veiled; neither can I describe her figure except to say that she is tall and slender.
Mrs. Wyatt had been closely veiled; and when she raised her veil, in acknowledging my bow, I confess that I was very profoundly astonished.
Then they returned to Shahrazad and displayed her in the second dress, a suit of surpassing goodliness, and veiled her face with her hair like a chin-veil.