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.

    Curly and Floppy Twistytail; the Funny Piggie Boys

  • 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.

    The Second Jungle Book


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