seal someone's fate

Definition of seal someone's fate

  1. :  to make the future that someone will have certain Their decision sealed her fate. Once they made their decision, her fate was sealed. Her fate was sealed by the marriage arrangement made in her youth.

Word by Word Definitions

sealplay
  1. :  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

  1. :  to hunt seals

  1. :  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

  1. :  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

someoneplay
  1. :  some person :  somebody

fateplay
  1. :  the will or principle or determining cause by which things in general are believed to come to be as they are or events to happen as they do :  destiny

    :  an inevitable and often adverse outcome, condition, or end

    :  disaster

  1. :  destine

    :  doom


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