And still the vailed figure at the window sat rigidly there, uttering no cry, shedding no tears.
A lamp, vailed under a semi-opaque shade, served only to render more visible the shadows of this strange chamber.
She had long black eyelashes, which vailed beautiful brown eyes.
And kind and loving were Harold's looks and brief words, as he rode with vailed bonnet through the swarming streets.
He vailed his bonnet to no one but a judge,—and not always that with much ceremonious observance.
Her face is vailed, and still she sufficiently betrays herself to make more than one of those who pass her look round sharply.
The women are vailed, and secluded, as in all oriental countries, but they have still much freedom.
But the dark fate that hung over her at that hour was vailed from his view, and hope mingled with fear in his bosom.
As he entered Lyon's room, Witzig saw a lady seated near the door, vailed and evidently waiting for some one.
The spelling "vailed" has been retained as acceptable in 19th Century writing.