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certify, guarantee, warrant; assure, pledge, promise, vow, give one's word or one's word of honor; bind, obligate, engage; ensure, insure, make sure or certain, confirm, corroborate, make firm, stabilize, settle, decide; secure, clinch, clench, SI. cinch, complete, consummate.
5. close, fasten shut, secure, bind, lock, bolt, bar; clasp, snap, zip; stop, cork, plug, bung; seal up, board up, fasten
or batten down.

seal1, n. fur seal, harbor seal, sea dog, sea lion, sea
elephant.

seam, n. 1. suture, commissure, joint, juncture, junction.
2. wrinkle, crow's-foot, line, furrow, ridge; scar, mark,
Med. cicatrix.
-v. 3. furrow, wrinkle, line, ridge; scar, mark,

seaman, n. sailor, mariner, seafarer, bluejacket, marine, jack-tar. See - sailor (defs. 1-3).

seamstress, n. semptress, dressmaker, couturidre, tailor, sewer, stitcher; needlewoman, needleworker, needlepointer, embroiderer, crewelworker, lace maker, tatter; knitter, crocheter.

seamy, adj. 1. disagreeable, unpleasant, unpleas-ing, distasteful, unpalatable, unsavory; disgusting, nauseating, nauseous, sickening, Sl. gross, Sl. yukky; obnoxious, offensive, objectionable, noisome, nasty, repugnant, repulsive, repelling, repellent, revolting.
2. sordid, low, low-down, dirty, mean, ignoble, base; dishonorable, disreputable, discreditable, disgraceful, shabby, shameful, scandalous, opprobrious; corrupt, depraved, perverted, debased, vitiated, degenerate, miscreant, villainous; vile, bad, foul, rotten, scurvy, contemptible; detestable, despicable, execrable, odious, abominable, abhorrent,

stance, n. 1. divination, mediumistic communication; contact with the spirits, contact with the afterworld, contact with the spirits of the departed.
2. session, sitting, meet, meeting; convocation, congregation, assemblage, congress, get-together, gathering; conclave, audience, consultation, palaver, caucus,
Inf. powwow, huddle, strategy meeting,

sear, v. 1. burn, singe, toast, brown, broil; overcook, burn to a crisp, scorch, char, cauterize, oxidize.
2. brand, stamp, mark, put one's mark on.
3. harden, steel, toughen, brutalize, make callous, caseharden, inure; dull, blunt, obtund, hebetate; desensitize, stupefy, make insensible.
4.
wither, parch, dry, dry up, dry out; dehydrate, exsiccate, desiccate; wilt, shrivel, shrink.

search, v. 1. go through, look through, investigate, hunt through, rummage or plow through, scrounge around; explore, examine, frisk; scrutinize, peruse, inspect; sift, sift through, winnow, comb, go through with a finetooth comb; fish for, cast about for; inspect, Inf. give the once-over, peer into, probe into, scour; seek, look for, look up, scout out, dig up or out; track down, follow the trail, seek clues, leave no stone unturned.
2. search me
Slang.

I don't know, it's hard to tell, that's a mystery, who knows, don't ask me, how should

I know, beats me.
-n. 3. examination, perusal, inspection; scrutiny, scrutinization; analysis, research, sifting, close look,
Inf. once-over, observation, exploration, reconnaissance, reconnoitering, patrol, scouting; hunt, quest, pursuit, chase; tracking, tracking down, looking for, investigation; inquest, inquisition, inquiry, probe, query, questioning,

searching, adj. 1. thorough, thoroughgoing, total, exhaustive, in-depth, A to Z, absolute, complete.

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