from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A Middle English form of sail.
- A Scotch form of sile.
- n. A Scotch form of seel.
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At last my uncles thought of pursuing their journey; but took care, before they went, to seil my goods, which they did so advantageously for me, that I got five hundred per cent.
Steve Jones, presenter of T4, and Konnie Huq, from Blue Peter, hoped to secure a record for the fastest ever 'rap-seil', which involves being harnessed on the back and descending face-downwards.