In all the hills and vales of Greece his Io pan sounded still.
Hills and vales, bluffs and ravines, were continually presented in successions of sublimity and beauty which charmed the eye.
The amazing fertility of the vales is beyond all conception.
In all the hills and vales of Greece his Io pæan sounded still.
Its vivid light took level lines from hill to hill and flowed into the vales.
They are very pleasing from form, verdure, and the water breaking in their vales.
A journey over the mountains and vales of fifty-five miles will bring us to Vivi Mission Station.
Oh, how lovely the hills and vales were as they wandered homeward.
Here, the vales were more lovely; the waters more cool and pellucid than in any other of the territories of earth.
The psalmist had peopled the vales and mountains of his picture.
river-land between two ranges of hills, c.1300, from Old French val "valley," from Latin vallem (nominative vallis, valles) "valley." Vale of years "old age" is from "Othello." Vale of tears "this world as a place of trouble" is attested from 1550s.