a rich, dark brown suggestive of dressed and dyed sealskin.
a dark brown colour often with a yellowish or greyish tinge
(as adjective): a seal-brown dress
noun, Newfoundland. 1. an iron hook used for dragging seal carcasses over the ice.
noun 1. the skin of sharks, porpoises, dogfishes, etc., prepared and used for the same purposes as ordinary leather.
noun 1. an embossed emblem, figure, symbol, word, letter, etc., used as attestation or evidence of authenticity. 2. a stamp, medallion, ring, etc., engraved with such a device, for impressing paper, wax, lead, or the like: The king took the seal from his finger and applied it to the document. 3. the impression so obtained: […]
[seeld-beem] /ˈsildˈbim/ noun 1. a headlight in which the reflector and lens are hermetically sealed together with the filament in a single unit. adjective 1. (esp of a car headlight) having a lens and prefocused reflector sealed in the lamp vacuum