unsealed


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un·seal

 (ŭn-sēl′)
tr.v. un·sealed, un·seal·ing, un·seals
To break or remove the seal of; open.

unsealed

(ʌnˈsiːld)
adj
1. not sealed
2. (Civil Engineering) Austral and NZ (of a road) surfaced with road metal not bound by bitumen or other sealant
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unsealed - not established or confirmedunsealed - not established or confirmed; "his doom is as yet unsealed"
sealed, certain - established irrevocably; "his fate is sealed"
2.unsealed - not closed or secured with or as if with a sealunsealed - not closed or secured with or as if with a seal; "unsealed goods"; "the letter arrived unsealed"
open - affording free passage or access; "open drains"; "the road is open to traffic"; "open ranks"
sealed - closed or secured with or as if with a seal; "my lips are sealed"; "the package is still sealed"; "the premises are sealed"
Translations

unsealed

adjoffen, unverschlossen; (= without wax seal also)unversiegelt
References in classic literature ?
But I opened the door to find again, in a flash, my eyes unsealed.
At length, when the last pint is casked, and all is cool, then the great hatchways are unsealed, the bowels of the ship are thrown open, and down go the casks to their final rest in the sea.
And when he had drunk it Martin's lips were unsealed, and he told her that all his power lay in the magic ring that he wore on his finger, and he described to her how to use it, and, still speaking, he fell into a deep sleep.
The lawyer unsealed it, and several enclosures fell to the floor.
Well," said he, "let us see, gentlemen, what are his Eminence's commands," and D'Artagnan unsealed the letter and read,
The prince threw his bridle over the pommel of the saddle, as he was wont to do when he wished to have both hands free, unsealed the letter of Madame de Longueville and started at a gallop on the road to Lens, attended by Raoul and his small escort, whilst messengers sent to recall the troops set out with a loose rein in other directions.
The croupiers were making up a heavy packet of coins, sealed in blue paper, and containing fifty ten gulden pieces, together with an unsealed packet containing another twenty.
He received the letter from the Prince de Conde with a haggard look, unsealed it as he would have unsealed a suspicious packet, and in order to read it so that no one should remark the effects of it upon his countenance, he turned round.
A moment ago his wrath and despair had been so fierce that he could have desired nothing so much as to wither her by a glance; but with her actual presence there came influences which had too real an existence to be at once shaken off: recollections of the delicate and benign power of her feminine nature, which had so often enveloped him in a religious calm; recollections of many a holy and passionate outgush of her heart, when the pure fountain had been unsealed from its depths and made visible in its transparency to his mental eye; recollections which, had Giovanni known how to estimate them, would have assured him that all this ugly mystery was but an earthly illusion, and that, whatever mist of evil might seem to have gathered over her, the real Beatrice was a heavenly angel.
How talkative she was, this maid with unsealed lips
One was in a strong masculine hand and was unsealed.
Burdovsky turned quickly, and drawing an addressed but unsealed envelope from his pocket, he threw it down on a little table beside the prince.