Meaning: tr
peçe, perde; maskelemek
She wears a veil to hide her wounds.
A lady dressed in black and heavily veiled, who had been sitting in the window, rose as we entered.
The prosaic materialism of the majority condemns as madness the flashes of super-sight which penetrate the common veil of obvious empiricism.
Rich presents, too, he sends for, saved of old / from Troy, a veil, whose saffron edges shone / fringed with acanthus, glorious to behold, / a broidered mantle, stiff with figures wrought in gold. / Fair Helen's ornaments, from Argos brought, / the gift of Leda, when the Trojan shore / and lawless nuptials o'er the waves she sought.
The first rays of the sun tore the cloudy veil and the outline of a rocky island appeared.
They praise the boy, his glowing looks divine, / the words he feigned, the royal gifts he brought, / the robe, the saffron veil with bright acanthus wrought.
It was night, and a veil of darkness covered the streets.
She dropped her thick black veil over her face and glided from the room.
The unreliable colleague suffered from a veiled inferiority complex.
If the wind happened to catch her long silvery veil and any one saw it, they only thought it was a swan flapping its wings.
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