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unsealed

[ uhn-seeld ]
/ ʌnˈsild /
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adjective
not sealed; not stamped or marked with a seal: unsealed cargo.
not shut or closed with or as if with a seal: an unsealed letter; an unsealed crate.
not verified, certain, or confirmed: His fate was still unsealed.
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Origin of unsealed

1350–1400; Middle English unseled;see un-1, seal1, -ed2
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British Dictionary definitions for unsealed

unsealed
/ (ʌnˈsiːld) /

adjective
not sealed
Australian and NZ (of a road) surfaced with road metal not bound by bitumen or other sealant
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