Definition of unsealed in English:

unsealed

Line breaks: un|sealed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsiːld
 
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adjective

  • 1Not sealed: unsealed envelopes
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    • ‘I saw plenty of ballot papers with crosses on them and I saw unsealed envelopes that were of A5 size,’ one of the constables said later.
    • To maintain confidentiality, participants received the questionnaires in an unsealed envelope, which they then used to seal their responses upon completion.
    • The next witness, Edward Newcomb, who had also been party to the fraud, further described the forging of election documents and the placing of McClellan tickets in unsealed envelopes.
  • 2chiefly Australian/NZ (Of a road) not surfaced with bitumen or a similar substance.
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    • Beyond Mt. Hagen, however, the road is unsealed and single carriageway as far as Tari.
    • The study also found there to be a number of existing practices in unsealed road design and maintenance which are environmentally unsustainable.
    • The findings herein have importance to maintenance practices for unsealed roads.

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