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1sealer

noun seal·er \ˈsē-lər\

Definition of SEALER

1
:  an official who attests or certifies conformity to a standard of correctness
2
:  a coat (as of size) applied to prevent subsequent coats of paint or varnish from sinking in
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First Known Use of SEALER

15th century

2sealer

noun

Definition of SEALER

:  a person or a ship engaged in hunting seals

First Known Use of SEALER

1770

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