|able to seal self, sealing without being moistened||self-sealing|
|adorn or cover with beads; form into beads, collect in droplets, ball for a necklace, building or furniture trim, decorate with beads, deposit of metal, drop of moisture, gun sight, rosary, seal on a tire, small object with a hole in the center (thread...||bead|
|ancient cylindrical clay object, chamber for piston, cylinder seal, geometric solid, geometric surface, long thin container, rotating part of printing press, rotating part of revolver, tube shape, tube-shaped figure; physical storage unit in a hard dri...||cylinder|
|ancient cylindrical seal, cylinder||cylinder seal|
|Antarctic seal||leopard seal|
|any of several species of carnivorous marine mammals from the suborder Pinnipedia; imprint; stamp, insignia; material used to tightly close an opening or object; mark, symbol; sign of approval or authorization, attach authenticating seal to something, ...||seal|
|any of several varieties of soft material used as a sealant, caulk, seal with soft material, cover cracks or holes with putty, fix or repair something with putty, light gray, light gray color, paste forming top coat on plaster, paste used in glazing wi...||putty|
|barrier to flooding, barriers to intimacy, body membrane or lining, close something with wall, defensive structure, enclose with a wall; divide with a wall, fill up with a wall (doorway, etc.); seal with a wall; fortify; (Slang) lean or stand or sit or...||wall|
|bear pups, conceited youth, give birth, bear young (animals), young animal, young dog, young dog or canine, puppy; young seal||pup|
|blow; blow of an axe; cut of meat; seal, trademark, cut (as with an axe); cut down; cut into pieces, mince, cut off something, cut up something with sharp tool, dismissal, disturbed sea, form by chopping, hit ball with sharp downward movement, hit shar...||chop|
|break or remove seal of, break the seal of, open, free from restriction||unseal|
|capsulize, compact, ejectable cockpit, gelatinous covering of microorganism, membrane surrounding body part, pill containing medicine; small case; compartment in a rocket, pill or casing, put in a casing; condense into compact form, seal on container, ...||capsule|
|cut off the blubber from (seal, whale etc.); flay, skin (also flench)||flense|
|cut off the blubber from (seal, whale etc.); flay, skin (also flense)||flench|
|distinctive mark, distinguishing mark, special quality; unique ability; field in which one specializes, area of expertise; something having special qualities or worth, legal agreement under seal, product of specialization, something somebody specialize...||specialty|
|earless seal||true seal|
|elephant seal||sea elephant|
|flour and water paste, musical instrument, paste used in dentistry, play a lute; seal holes with putty; smooth with a trowel, seal with lute, sealant used in the construction industry, stringed instrument with a pear-shaped body and a long fretted neck...||lute|
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