A pinniped (Pinnipedia), particularly an earless seal (true seal) or eared seal.
The seals in the harbor looked better than they smelled.
(obsolete) Good; fortunate; opportune; happy.
(heraldry) A bearing representing a creature something like a walrus.
Good fortune; happiness; bliss.
A stamp used to impress a design on a soft substance such as wax.
Opportunity; time; season.
the seel of the day
An impression of such stamp on wax, paper or other material used for sealing.
The rolling or agitation of a ship in a storm.
A design or insignia usually associated with an organization or an official role.
The front of the podium bore the presidential seal.
(falconry) To sew together the eyes of a young hawk.
Anything that secures or authenticates.
(by extension) To blind.
Something which will be visibly damaged if a covering or container is opened, and which may or may not bear an official design.
The result was declared invalid, as the seal on the meter had been broken.
To roll on the waves in a storm.
Confirmation or an indication of confirmation.
Her clothes always had her mom's seal of approval.
sew up the eyelids of hawks and falcons
Something designed to prevent liquids or gases from leaking through a joint.
The canister is leaking. I think the main seal needs to be replaced.
A tight closure, secure against leakage.
Close the lid tightly to get a good seal.
(intransitive) To hunt seals.
They're organizing a protest against sealing.
(transitive) To place a seal on (a document).
To mark with a stamp, as an evidence of standard exactness, legal size, or merchantable quality.
to seal weights and measures; to seal silverware
(transitive) To fasten (something) so that it cannot be opened without visible damage.
The cover is sealed. If anyone tries to open it, we'll know about it.
(transitive) To prevent people or vehicles from crossing (something).
The border has been sealed until the fugitives are found.
(transitive) To close securely to prevent leakage.
I've sealed the bottle to keep the contents fresh.
(transitive) To place in a sealed container.
I've sealed the documents in this envelope.
To place a notation of one's next move in a sealed envelope to be opened after an adjournment.
After thinking for half an hour, the champion sealed his move.
(transitive) To guarantee.
The last-minute goal sealed United's win.
To fix, as a piece of iron in a wall, with cement or plaster, etc.
To close by means of a seal.
to seal a drainpipe with water
(Mormonism) To confirm or set apart as a second or additional wife.
(dialectal) To tie up animals (especially cattle) in their stalls.
fastener consisting of a resinous composition that is plastic when warm; used for sealing documents and parcels and letters
a device incised to make an impression; used to secure a closing or to authenticate documents
the pelt or fur (especially the underfur) of a seal;
a coat of seal
a member of a Naval Special Warfare unit who is trained for unconventional warfare;
SEAL is an acronym for Sea Air and Land
a stamp affixed to a document (as to attest to its authenticity or to seal it);
the warrant bore the sheriff's seal
an indication of approved or superior status
a finishing coat applied to exclude moisture
fastener that provides a tight and perfect closure
any of numerous marine mammals that come on shore to breed; chiefly of cold regions
close with or as if with a seal;
She sealed the letter with hot wax
make tight; secure against leakage;
seal the windows
affix a seal to;
seal the letter
cover with varnish