Definition of seal in
: to prevent (something that is in something else) from getting out or escaping He seared the steak to seal in the juices.
Word by Word Definitions
: any of numerous carnivorous marine mammals (families Phocidae and Otariidae) that live chiefly in cold regions and have limbs modified into webbed flippers adapted primarily to swimming
: a fur seal or hair seal as opposed to a sea lion
: the pelt of a fur seal
: to hunt seals
: something that confirms, ratifies, or makes secure : guarantee, assurance
: a device with a cut or raised emblem, symbol, or word used especially to certify a signature or authenticate a document
: a medallion or ring face bearing such a device incised so that it can be impressed on wax or moist clay
: to confirm or make secure by or as if by a seal
: to solemnize (something, such as a marriage) for eternity by a Mormon rite
: to set or affix an authenticating seal to
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