Definitions of "seal"
  1. A device, such as an emblem, symbol, or word that is used to confirm or replace a signature and validate written materials, often used in common law
  2. It is the act of authenticating or approving something as if placing a seal
  3. It refers to the act of restricting public access to certain records or documents
How to use "seal" in a sentence
  1. The university put its seal on the degree as a mark of authenticity.
  2. The documents with sensitive information were sealed from public view to maintain confidentiality.
  3. Before the project proposal could proceed, it needed to be sealed by the head of the department.

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