from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A place in which seals abound, or in which they are caught; a seal-fishing establishment or station.
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"Oh, it's the bad skillery sealery alligator!" cried Flop Ear.
Later, they would go south into Baffin Land after the reindeer, and to get their year's store of salmon from the hundreds of streams and lakes of the interior; coming back north in September or October for the musk-ox hunting and the regular winter sealery.