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verb as in unlock

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Charges for the Kansas City group were unsealed after all five were taken into custody.

Washington’s three minority owners informed Snyder they intended to sell their roughly 40 percent stake in the team, according to court documents unsealed later.

Her remarkable contributions would come to light decades after her death, when secret government files were unsealed.

Thanks to a landmark police transparency law, the city agreed to unseal the documents at issue.

The City Council unsealed the bids it received from interested utilities, and it turns out only SDG&E made an offer.

He put in the bulkhead, and I went to the port-hole to unseal it.

Surely this chamber, too, in the great laboratory deserves that the historian should unseal its door and explore its recesses.

"No matter what they say or do, no matter what methods they apply, don't unseal your lips," was his parting advice.

Thus in the sun-thaw is the snow unseal'd; Thus in the winds on flitting leaves was lost The Sybil's sentence.

She believed in him, loved him truly, and waited with maidenly patience to hear the words that would unseal her lips.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unseal, such as: free, open, and remove.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.