Sealed

  • (adj): Established irrevocably.
    Example: "His fate is sealed"
    Synonyms: certain
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on sealed:

Current State Of Polygamy In The Latter Day Saint Movement - Relationship of Current Practices To Plural Marriage - Sealed Marriages Ended Through Death
... As of 1998, by proxy "A deceased woman may be sealed to all men to whom she was legally married during her life ... However, if she was sealed to a husband during her life, all her husbands must be deceased before she can be sealed to a husband to whom she was not sealed during life." ...
Law Of Adoption - History - Brigham Young
... Brigham Young had been sealed by the law of adoption to Joseph Smith, and in January and early February 1846 (before leaving for the Rocky Mountains on 15 February 1846), Young was. 1862, Brigham Young said of the law of adoption “By this power men will be sealed to men back to Adam, completing and making perfect the priesthood from this day to the winding up scene.” It is reported by Brigham ...
Magic: The Gathering Formats - Sanctioned Formats - Sanctioned Limited - Sealed Deck
... In Sealed Deck tournaments, each player receives six booster packs to build a deck ... Depending on which sets are to be used in a sealed deck event, the distribution of packs can vary greatly ... For example, a Magic 2010 sealed deck event consists of six Magic 2010 boosters, but a sanctioned Shards of Alara block sealed deck event consists of two Shards of Alara, two Conflux, and two ...
Mormonism And Race - Racial Restriction Policy - Temple Ordinances
... Latter-day Saints believe that marriages that are sealed in a celestial marriage would bind the family together forever, whereas those that are not sealed were terminated upon death ... carried out in the temples that will be erected, will be sealed to their, and those who have slept, clear up to Father Adam ...
The Sealed Room
... The Sealed Room is an eleven minute film released in 1909 ... The film was also known as The Sealed Door ...

More definitions of "sealed":

  • (adj): (of walls) covered with a coat of plaster.
    Synonyms: plastered
  • (adj): Undisclosed for the time being.
    Example: "Sealed orders"; "a sealed move in chess"
  • (adj): Covered with a waterproof coating.
    Example: "A sealed driveway"
  • (adj): Having been paved.
  • (adj): Closed or secured with or as if with a seal.
    Example: "My lips are sealed"; "the package is still sealed"; "the premises are sealed"
  • (adj): Determined irrevocably.
    Example: "His fate is sealed"
  • (adj): Closed so tightly as to be airtight or watertight.

Famous quotes containing the word sealed:

    These things are not inscribed in tablets, not sealed in the folds of papyri, but you hear them clearly from the tongue in a free mouth.
    Aeschylus (525–456 B.C.)

    Retreat was out of hope,—
    Behind, a sealed route,
    Eternity’s white flag before,
    And God at every gate.
    Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)

    “Our snowstorms as a rule
    Aren’t looked on as man-killers, and although
    I’d rather be the beast that sleeps the sleep
    Under it all, his door sealed up and lost,
    Than the man fighting it to keep above it,
    Yet think of the small birds at roost and not
    In nests....”
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)