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unseal

verb un·seal \-ˈsēl\

: to open (something) by breaking or removing a seal

Full Definition of UNSEAL

transitive verb
:  to break or remove the seal of :  open

Examples of UNSEAL

  1. The court unsealed the documents in the Douglas trial today.

First Known Use of UNSEAL

12th century
UNSEAL Defined for Kids

unseal

verb un·seal \ˌən-ˈsēl\
un·sealedun·seal·ing

Definition of UNSEAL for Kids

:  to break or remove the seal of :  open

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