- wearing a veil
- covered with or as with a veil
- concealed, hidden, disguised, obscured, etc.
- not openly expressed: a veiled threat
- Covered with a veil: the veiled head of a bride.
- Concealed or disguised as if with a veil: “slur-footed ironies, veiled jokes, tiptoe malices” ( Edith Wharton )
- Simple past tense and past participle of veil.
- The smile faded from his lips and the dark eyes veiled over again.
- Lathum eyed him with poorly veiled amusement.
- There were no heavily veiled figures lurking in the wings of the church.
- In the earliest Christian times the veiled virgins formed a grade or order apart, more formally separated from the community than were the male ascetics.
- He'd be at the service next week and not to see if a missing man would turn up in veiled drag, but simply because Cynthia Byrne told him she'd be pleased with his presence.