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Definition of "sealed" []

  • (of a road) having a hard surface; made-up (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of seal. (verb)

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  • Closed by a seal. (adjective)
  • Preventing entrance. (adjective)
  • Not subclassable; from which one cannot inherit. (adjective)

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Use "sealed" in a sentence
  • "The editor acknowledges that the poem itself, from the unpruned luxuriance of the author's powers, "has remained a sealed volume" -- certainly it _ought_ to be a _sealed volume_ -- "to the fairest portion of the community.""
  • "Since Greensville was in a dry county -- Madison -- some of the men drove to Georgia and brought back what we called sealed liquor."
  • ""I was engaged, sir, on what we call sealed orders, to sail this ship for that gentleman where he should bid me," said the captain."