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How to use vail in a sentence
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.Torrey's Narrative|William Torrey
And so the mysterious vailed woman had been discovered, and she turns out to be Rose Cameron!The Lost Lady of Lone|E.D.E.N. Southworth
He vailed his bonnet to no one but a judge,—and not always that with much ceremonious observance.Lady Anna|Anthony Trollope
A damsel admitted us at the gate, closely vailed, as if women's faces were to be seen no more forever.