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unseal

Line breaks: un¦seal
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsiːl
 
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Definition of unseal in English:

verb

[with object]
Remove or break the seal of: she slowly unsealed the envelope
More example sentences
  • So at the end the police had managed to persuade James into letting his mother unseal the envelope.
  • Realizing that the Theban king has made a terrible mistake after speaking to Teiresias, Creon unseals the cave too late to save the girl.
  • She then proceeded in unsealing the second letter.

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