sealer

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seal (to close something)

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sealer (plural sealers)

  1. A tool used to seal something.
  2. A person who is employed to seal things.
    1. An officer responsible for sealing writs or instruments, stamping weights and measures, etc.
  3. A coating designed to prevent excessive absorption of finish coats into pourous surfaces; a coating designed to prevent bleeding.
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Etymology 2[edit]

seal (to hunt seals)

Noun[edit]

sealer (plural sealers)

  1. A person who hunts seals.
  2. A vessel engaged in the business of capturing seals.
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