"My lips are sealed until you unseal them," Mr. Stanlock assured them.
He put in the bulkhead, and I went to the port-hole to unseal it.
Though the light did not unseal his vision, it filled his heart.
The occasion was pre-eminently one to unseal the fount of eloquence in the exile and the poet.
unseal the closed lips: make her cry with her whole soul, 'Father, I have sinned.'
Was there not some intellectual entity that called up memory, and bade it unseal its tablets?
I could hear a faint sizzling—someone outside trying to unseal the door.
It is he who must first unseal the mystery of the intimacies and audacities which the woman's heart may hold.
It would be some relief to unseal his tongue for a little while; to divide his burden of distress with another sufferer.
The king, we are often told, is the fountain of justice; but in those ages it was one which gold alone could unseal.