- to close (the eyes).
- to blind.
Origin of seel
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How to use seel in a sentence
And for t we willen t is beo stedefst and lestinde; we senden ȝew is writ open iseined wi vre seel.
"Seel" was a term in falconry, meaning "to sew up" (the eyes of the hawk).Spenser's The Faerie Queene, Book I|Edmund Spenser
Den dey seel de jar by puttin' a cloth over de top then a layer o' paste then another cloth then another layer ob paste.
There were a number of ruined cliff-dwellings, the most accessible of which was Keet Seel.Tales of lonely trails|Zane Grey