Definition of signed, sealed, and delivered or signed and sealed in English:

signed, sealed, and delivered (or signed and sealed)

Formally and officially agreed and in effect.
More example sentences
  • We had hoped it all would be signed, sealed, and delivered by now.
  • Now, in this province, not only can you no longer trust a handshake deal, you can't even trust a signed and sealed legal document with all the fine print carefully scrutinized.
  • We are currently looking at the demolition tenders and we believe a deal will be signed and sealed within two months.
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