Definition for Seal (-ed)

seal (-ed), v. [OFr seeler.; see seal, n.] (webplay: letter, states, writing).

  1. Lock; close; secure from outside influences.
  2. Fasten; enclose securely in an envelope; impress wax to close a letter.
  3. Prove; confirm; finalize; complete; establish as fact.
  4. Conceal; hide; protect.

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