enseal


enseal
To seal; to affix a seal.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • Enseal — En*seal ([e^]n*s[=e]l ), v. t. To impress with a seal; to mark as with a seal; hence, to ratify. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] This deed I do enseal. Piers Plowman. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • enseal — en·seal …   English syllables

  • enseal — /ansiyl/ To seal. Ensealing is still used as a formal word in conveyancing …   Black's law dictionary

  • enseal — /ansiyl/ To seal. Ensealing is still used as a formal word in conveyancing …   Black's law dictionary

  • enseal — ə̇n, en+ transitive verb Etymology: Middle English enselen, from Middle French enseeler, from en en (II) + seel seal more at seal 1. obsolete a …   Useful english dictionary

  • seal — 1. noun /siːl/ a) A pinniped, particularly an earless seal (true seal) or eared seal. The seals in the harbor looked better than they smelled. b) A stamp used to impress a design on a soft substance such as wax. The front of the podium bore the… …   Wiktionary

  • inseam — ˈinˌsēm noun Etymology: in (II) + seam : an inner seam: as a. : the seam from the crotch to the leg bottom of trousers b. : a seam showing on the inside only used for articles (as gloves) often made without outside seams …   Useful english dictionary

  • inseal — inseal, inseam obs. ff. enseal, enseam v …   Useful english dictionary


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