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sealant any substance, such as silicone, plastic, or wax, that is used for sealing.
seal brown a dark rich brown color.
sealed orders written orders given, as to the captain of a ship, in a sealed envelope to be opened later at a specified time or place.
sea legs the ability to walk on board a ship, even in rough seas, without losing one's balance.
sealer1 a substance such as varnish that is used to seal a porous surface. [2 definitions]
sealer2 a person or ship involved in hunting seals.
sealery a place where seals are hunted and caught. [2 definitions]
sea level the surface level of the sea, esp. the mean between high and low tide, which is used as a standard in calculating land elevations and sea depths.
sea life See marine life.
sea lily a deep-water marine crinoid with a flowerlike body on a long stalk by which it is attached to the ocean floor.
sealing wax a mixture of resin and turpentine that softens when heated, used for sealing letters, documents, and the like.
sea lion any of several large-eared seals that live in colonies along the Pacific coast.
seal ring a signet ring.
sealskin the skin or pelt of a seal, esp. a fur seal, or such a skin prepared for making garments. [2 definitions]
Sealyham terrier one of a Welsh breed of small terrier that has short legs, a squarish muzzle, and a wiry white coat.
seam a line of stitching along which two pieces of fabric, or one piece folded over, are attached. [6 definitions]
sea-maid a mermaid, nymph, or goddess of the sea; sea-maiden.
seaman someone who works on a boat or is skilled at operating one; sailor. [2 definitions]
seamanship the abilities, skills, and knowledge associated with operating a boat or ship.
seamless made without seams. [3 definitions]
seamount a high mountain far beneath the surface of the sea.