veiled[ veyld ]SEE DEFINITION OF veiled
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VEILED
Mr Verloc intimated in a throaty, veiled murmur that he was no longer young.
In every litter sat a veiled woman, and the princess was in their midst.
The bride, veiled in a red veil, was led in by two maid-servants.
Veiled as it was by the gathering gloom, she yet could not keep it towards me.
In one, and only one, of all these figures his dignity is veiled in sadness.
Somehow, her veiled countenance was impressive of lingering, bitter emotions.
The sky that morning was grey with a hazy heat, which veiled the sun.
In this remark there was a veiled allusion to Monsieur Lebigre's proposal.
The sun was warm, the breeze was light, the horizon was veiled with a liquid haze.
It occurred to Rotherby that this was a veiled reproof for the ill manners of the omission.