\\ˈsēl, -ēəl\ transitive verb (-ed/-ing/-s)
Etymology: Middle English celen, cylen, probably from (assumed) Middle French celer (Old French celé, cielé provided with an ornate ceiling), from Latin caelare to carve, engrave, from caelum chisel, graver, from caedere to cut, hew — more at concise
a. obsolete : to overlay (as a wall) with a covering (as of thin boards or plaster)
b. : to line the bottom and sides of (a wooden ship) with planking
a. : line

ceil a roof

b. : to furnish with a ceiling

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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