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vail (VAYL), (noun)
Removing one's hat as a sign of respect: "The knight decided to veil his helmet when the princess rode past."
vale (VAYL), (noun)
A valley or a long depression in the surface of the land that usually contains a river: "She followed the path down through the vale to reach her destination."
veil (VAYL), (noun)
1. A piece of cloth or net worn usually by women over the head and shoulders and sometimes over the face: "The bride wore a beautifully handmade lace veil on her wedding day."
2. Something that covers or hides something else: "A veil of moss covered the trees next to the meandering stream, like in a fairy tale."
veil (VAYL), (verb)
To hide or to partly hide something: "The clouds will veil the sun more and more today."

The mist hung like a veil over the vale and the village seemed to veil out of sight in the heavy mist.

(Latin: valere, to be strong, to be well, to be worth; strong; power, strength; and "fare well" [go with strength])