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Definitions of SEAL in various dictionaries:

    • noun - fastener consisting of a resinous composition that is plastic when warm
    • noun - a device incised to make an impression
    • noun - the pelt or fur (especially the underfur) of a seal
    • noun - a member of a Naval Special Warfare unit who is trained for unconventional warfare
    • noun - a stamp affixed to a document (as to attest to its authenticity or to seal it)
    • noun - an indication of approved or superior status
    • noun - a finishing coat applied to exclude moisture
    • noun - fastener that provides a tight and perfect closure
    • noun - any of numerous marine mammals that come on shore to breed
    • verb - make tight
    • verb - close with or as if with a seal
    • verb - decide irrevocably
    • verb - affix a seal to
    • verb - cover with varnish
    • verb - hunt seals
    • A die or signet having a raised or incised emblem used to stamp an impression on a receptive substance such as wax or lead.
    • The impression so made.
    • The design or emblem itself, belonging exclusively to the user: a monarch’s seal.
    • A small disk or wafer of wax, lead, or paper bearing such an imprint and affixed to a document to prove authenticity or to secure it.
    • Something, such as a commercial hallmark, that authenticates, confirms, or attests.
    • A substance, especially an adhesive agent such as wax or putty, used to close or secure something or to prevent seepage of moisture or air.
    • A device that joins two systems or elements in such a way as to prevent leakage.
    • An airtight closure.
    • A closure, as on a package, used to prove that the contents have not been tampered with.
    • A small decorative paper sticker.
    • To affix a seal to in order to prove authenticity or attest to accuracy, legal weight, quality, or another standard.
    • To close with or as if with a seal.
    • To close hermetically.
    • To make fast or fill up, as with plaster or cement.
    • To apply a waterproof coating to: seal a blacktop driveway.
    • To grant, certify, or designate under seal or authority.
    • To establish or determine irrevocably: Our fate was sealed.
    • To make (a marriage, for example) binding for life; solemnize forever.
    • Any of various aquatic, carnivorous mammals of the families Phocidae and Otariidae, found chiefly in the Northern Hemisphere and having a sleek, torpedo-shaped body and limbs that are modified into paddlelike flippers.
    • The pelt or fur of one of these animals, especially a fur seal.
    • Leather made from the hide of one of these animals.
    • adj - to close or make secure against access, leakage, or passage [v -ED, -ING, -S] : SEALABLE


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