seal (v.) Old form(s): Seal'd , seale
make final arrangements, come to an agreement
2H4 IV.iii.128[Falstaff to Bardolph, of Shallow] shortly will I seal with him
AC III.ii.3[Enobarbus to Agrippa] The other three are sealing
AC IV.xiv.49[Antony alone] Seal then, and all is done
Ham IV.iii.58[Claudius to all] For everything is sealed and done / That else leans on the affair
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