transitive verb en·seal \ə̇n, en+\

Definition of enseal

  1. 1 obsolete a :  to impress (as a document) with or as if with a seal b :  ratify

  2. 2 archaic :  to seal up (as a box or house)

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Origin and Etymology of enseal

Middle English enselen, from Middle French enseeler, from en- 2en- + seel seal — more at seal

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a trip made at another's expense

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