Adjective: sealed seeld
Verb: seal seel
- Established irrevocably
"his fate is sealed";
- Closed or secured with or as if with a seal
"my lips are sealed"; "the package is still sealed"; "the premises are sealed"
- Undisclosed for the time being
"sealed orders"; "a sealed move in chess"
- Determined irrevocably
"his fate is sealed"
- Having been paved
- Covered with a waterproof coating
"a sealed driveway"
- (of walls) covered with a coat of plaster
- Make tight; secure against leakage
"seal the windows";
- seal off
- Close with or as if with a seal
"She sealed the letter with hot wax"
- Decide irrevocably
- Affix a seal to
"seal the letter"
- Cover with varnish
- Hunt seals
Sounds like: seals, sealed
See also: closed, concealed, covered, irrevocable, irrevokable [non-standard], paved, unopened
Type of: affix, close, coat, decide, determine, fill up, hunt, hunt down, make up one's mind, run, shut, stick on, surface, track down
Antonym: unseal, unsealed
Encyclopedia: Sealed Seal, Kent