Veil synonyms

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To conceal; hide
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A cover, or partial cover, for the face, used for disguise or protection.
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A substance used to color something.
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A similar bleached cotton fabric used as a surgical dressing.
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To put out of sight; hide
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(Music) A rerecording of a previously recorded song; a cover version; a cover song.
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Absorbent paper as material.
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Thin, transparent fabric used for veils
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A screen memory.
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A woman's scarf, as of lace, worn over the hair and shoulders, as traditionally in Spain, Mexico, etc.
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Water vapor condensed on and clouding the appearance of a surface.
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The definition of a fog is a mist of water vapor that is low to the ground, a mist of another liquid, or a state of confusion or blurred vision.
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An opaque mass of particles suspended in water:
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(Figuratively) An instance of particles or larger pieces of matter moving or falling through air.
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(Uncountable) Very fine solid particles (smoke, dust) or liquid droplets (moisture) suspended in the air, slightly limiting visibility.
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The state of being dim, poorly illuminated, almost dark.
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Twilight is the soft light just after sunset or just before sunrise.
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(Countable) The product of being dark.
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A smear, smudge or blot
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An obscure person or thing
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Dim or subdued light
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Anything like a web, as in intricacy of pattern or interconnection of elements; network
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A piece of cloth covering a window, bed, etc. to offer privacy and keep out light.
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To hide or disguise something by covering it up or changing the way it looks.
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To grow dim
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To cover, hang, or decorate with cloth in loose folds:
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To hold within limits; enclose.
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French noble family including Francis of Lorraine, Second Duke of Guise (1519–1563), a military leader who defeated Holy Roman Emperor Charles V and battled the Huguenots. His son Henry of Lorraine, Third Duke of Guise (1550–1588), helped plan the St. Bartholomews' Day massacre of Huguenots in 1572 and was later assassinated by order of Henry III.
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To beat with a whip made from hide.
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The layer of soft tissue that covers the body of a clam, oyster, or other mollusk and secretes the material that forms the shell.
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Present participle of net.
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To hide from view; screen
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To shroud is to wrap someone in special burial clothing or to conceal something from view.
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To surround and cover completely so as to obscure
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To surround and cover completely so as to obscure
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To cause to be seen; show:
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The system of color television.
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The definition of disguise is something that hides the truth.
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Disguise (deceptive appearance)
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A deceptive outward appearance
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(Anatomy) The front part of the head, featuring the eyes, nose, and mouth and the surrounding area.
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A deceptive outward appearance
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A kind of paint that dries to a shiny finish.
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The definition of a masquerade is a fancy costume party where the guests wear masks, or to live or act in a false way.
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A claim or assertion to a right, especially a false one:
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A false reason or motive put forth to hide the real one; excuse
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A likeness, image, or representation
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A display; a manifestation:
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A thin surface layer, as of finely grained wood, glued to a base of inferior material.
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(Idiomatic, uncountable) A means of creating a deceptively favourable impression of something or someone; something for appearance only.
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Something, as a novel or play, intended as an elaborate hoax or practical joke on the reader or audience
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To put clothes on; dress:
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To cover as if with a shroud; hide; veil; obscure
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To conceal; hide
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To wrap around, surround; to envelop
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To fold inward.
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(Metallurgy) To prepare for lost wax casting by creating an investment mold (a mixture of a silica sand and plaster).
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(Film) To complete photographing (a film, scene, etc.)
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To be or become silent or still.
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A covering for the head.
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(Roman Catholicism) A long, narrow veil or scarf of the same material as the vestments, worn round the shoulders by the officiating priest or his attendant at Mass, and used to protect the sacred vessels from contact with the hands.
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(Historical) A style of close-fitting circular cap worn by women in the sixteenth century and later, often made of linen. [from 14th c.]
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Any of several living membranes enclosing or closely associated with the developing vertebrate embryo, as the allantois, amnion, yolk sac, etc.
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To render invisible or unreadable, as by erasing or marking over:
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(Intransitive) To remove a veil; to reveal one's self.
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A long, often knitted, garment worn around the neck.
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A square scarf, often worn as a head covering.
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A thin covering or coating:
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Any of various devices used to reduce or screen light or heat:
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Obscure is defined as to make confusing or hard to see.
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