Sealed and Tight


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Sealed adjective – Closed or secured with or as if with a seal.
Tight is a synonym for sealed in state topic. In some cases you can use "Tight" instead an adjective "Sealed", when it comes to topics like secured.
Nearby Words: seal, sealing, sealer
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Tight adjective – Not allowing penetration (as by gas, liquid, or light).
Sealed is a synonym for tight in state topic. You can use "Sealed" instead an adjective "Tight", if it concerns topics such as impervious.
Nearby Words: tighten, tightness, tightly
Synonyms for Tight

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  • Hazmat Suit Level A suits are completely sealed, fluid- and gas-tight with self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA, a/k/a tanked air).
    Source: Hazmat Suit
  • Since their service deals with Eldritch Abominations on a regular basis, an insane necromantic scientist is a bit of a security risk; hence the building is sealed off tight from the outside world and insulated in every form imaginable.
  • The Legend of Zelda's Hyrule suffers this chronically, albeit not on a very tight schedule with Ganondorf/Ganon being repeatedly sealed and escaping or dying and reviving/being reborn exactly the same.
    Source: Vicious Cycle
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