Definition of Break seal

1. Noun. A seal that must be broken when first used and cannot easily be resealed. "It was stored in a tube with a break seal"

Generic synonyms: Seal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Break Seal

break on the wheel
break one's arm patting oneself on the back
break one's back
break one's duck
break one's fall
break one's fast
break one's lance
break one off
break open
break out
break point
break points
break ranks
break room
break rooms
break seal (current term)
break shock
break short
break silence
break someone's heart
break stride
break the Sabbath
break the back of
break the bank
break the buck
break the deadlock
break the fourth wall
break the ice
break the mold
break the mould

Literary usage of Break seal

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"This Pyrex assembly consisted of a capillary chamber separated by a break seal from a water compartment. Provision was made for both the capillary and the ..."

2. The Science of Railways by Marshall Monroe Kirkman (1913)
"When car contains freight for stations having no agent, conductor will break seal, keeping record of same, and have car re-sealed upon arrival at first ..."

3. The Science of Railways by Marshall Monroe Kirkman (1915)
"... will break seal, keeping record of same, and have car re-sealed upon arrival at first regular station. No freight should be unloaded from a train on ..."

4. The Mechanics' Magazine (1858)
"The envelope is so lat it can be opened without break- seal. 3. The preservation of the 0 when opened, with post mark, seal, and address intact, ..."

5. The Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer by Richard Burn (1836)
"... to break seal, to authorise and empower any person or persons, by day or of places where stable or other lawful officer of the peace, who are hereby ..."

6. The Malone Cook Book by Mrs George Hawkins (1917)
"Four pounds of fruit, three of sugar, one pint of water; cook until they commence to break. Seal while hot. This quantity will fill four pint cans. ..."

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