1. To close completely and secrely. 2. To fill in or put a protective layer upon.
3. To have no escape.
4. Absolutely.
1. We sealed the attic door shut.
2. The hole in which the ants traveled was SEALED.
3. We were sealed within the dark room with ne way out.
4. My fate was sealed as the gunner shot his rifle.
by J.W. March 05, 2005
Past tense of the verb to seal meaning writing the word seal on something.
I sealed Blair's car pretty bad earlier and he got really pissed
by thetq February 18, 2011

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