Sealed vs. Seeled

Sealed vs. Seeled — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Sealed and Seeled

Sealednoun

A device or material that is used to close off or fasten an opening or connection, especially to prevent the escape of a liquid or gas

used caulk as a seal around the window.

Seeledverb

To stitch closed the eyes of (a falcon).

Sealednoun

An airtight closure

a door that lacks a tight seal.

Seeledverb

simple past tense and past participle of seel

Sealednoun

Something, such as a piece of tape, that is placed on a product or package to show that the contents have not been tampered with.

Sealednoun

The water in the trap of a drain that prevents sewer gas from escaping into a room.

Sealednoun

A design used to identify a person or thing or to show that something is authentic, accurate, or of good quality

The title page is marked with the publisher's seal. Does the scale have the inspector's seal?.

Sealednoun

A small decorative paper sticker.

Sealednoun

A die or signet having a raised or incised emblem used to stamp an impression on a receptive substance such as wax or lead.

Sealednoun

The impression so made.

Sealednoun

The design or emblem itself, belonging exclusively to the user

a monarch's seal.

Sealednoun

A small disk or wafer of wax, lead, or paper bearing such an imprint and affixed to a document to prove authenticity or to secure it.

Sealednoun

An indication or symbol regarded as guaranteeing or authenticating something

The choral director gave the program his seal of approval.

Sealednoun

Any of various aquatic carnivorous mammals of the families Phocidae and Otariidae, found chiefly in cold regions and having a sleek torpedo-shaped body and limbs that are modified into paddlelike flippers.

Sealednoun

The pelt or fur of one of these animals, especially a fur seal.

Sealednoun

Leather made from the hide of one of these animals.

Sealedverb

To close or fasten with a seal

seal an envelope.seal a test tube.

Sealedverb

To prevent (a liquid or gas) from escaping

Charring a piece of meat seals in the juices.

Sealedverb

To cover, secure, or fill up (an opening)

sealed the hole in the pipe with epoxy.

Sealedverb

To apply a waterproof coating to

seal a blacktop driveway.

Sealedverb

To secure or prevent passage into and out of (an area). Often used with off

The police sealed off the crime scene.

Sealedverb

To affix a seal to (something) in order to prove authenticity, accuracy, or quality.

Sealedverb

To establish or determine irrevocably

Our fate was sealed.

Sealedverb

Mormon Church To make (a marriage, for example) eternally binding; solemnize forever.

Sealedverb

To hunt seals.

Sealedverb

simple past tense and past participle of seal

Sealedadjective

Closed by a seal.

Sealedadjective

Preventing entrance.

Sealedadjective

Of a road that has an asphalt or macadamised surface.

Sealedadjective

(object-oriented programming) Not subclassable; from which one cannot inherit.

Sealedadjective

established irrevocably;

his fate is sealed

Sealedadjective

closed or secured with or as if with a seal;

my lips are sealedthe package is still sealedthe premises are sealed

Sealedadjective

undisclosed for the time being;

sealed ordersa sealed move in chess

Sealedadjective

determined irrevocably;

his fate is sealed

Sealedadjective

having been paved

Sealedadjective

covered with a waterproof coating;

a sealed driveway

Sealedadjective

(of walls) covered with a coat of plaster

Sealedadjective

closed so tightly as to be airtight or watertight