vale (Meaning)

Wordnet

vale (n)

a long depression in the surface of the land that usually contains a river

Webster

vale (n.)

A tract of low ground, or of land between hills; a valley.

See 2d Vail, 3.

vale Sentence Examples

  1. The secluded vale was a tranquil haven amidst the towering mountains.
  2. The rolling green vale was dotted with picturesque houses and ancient ruins.
  3. The river meandered through the fertile vale, nourishing the surrounding fields.
  4. The cliffs rose majestically above the vale, forming a protective barrier.
  5. The inhabitants of the vale lived a simple and harmonious life.
  6. The ancient castle stood sentinel over the verdant vale below.
  7. The autumn leaves painted the vale in vibrant hues of gold and crimson.
  8. The gentle breeze carried the sweet scent of wildflowers blooming in the vale.
  9. The sound of birdsong filled the vale with a symphony of melodies.
  10. The spirit of the vale whispered secrets to those who listened closely.

FAQs About the word vale

a long depression in the surface of the land that usually contains a riverA tract of low ground, or of land between hills; a valley., See 2d Vail, 3.

valley,ravine, canyon, glen, gorge, dene, dale, hollow, coomb, dell

peak, mountain, peak, mount, mount,mountain, height, plateau, pinnacle, alp

The secluded vale was a tranquil haven amidst the towering mountains.

The rolling green vale was dotted with picturesque houses and ancient ruins.

The river meandered through the fertile vale, nourishing the surrounding fields.

The cliffs rose majestically above the vale, forming a protective barrier.