Definition for Seal (-ed)

seal (-ed), verbal adj. [see seal, v.] (webplay: engraved, hand).

  1. Frozen; nipped; frost-bitten.
  2. Royal; authoritative; official.
  3. Nominated; elect; chosen; beloved; promised; covenant; [fig.] marked with the Lord's name on the forehead; having a sign of righteousness; (see Revelation 7:3, 9:4, 14:1, 22:4).
  4. Closed off; impossible to go back through.
  5. Airtight; hermetic; bottled and capped; tightly closed to preserve; [fig.] impervious to outside influences.

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