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Seem

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  • Included in Eastons: No
  • Included in Hitchcocks: No
  • Included in Naves: No
  • Included in Smiths: No
  • Included in Websters: Yes
  • Included in Strongs: Yes
  • Included in Thayers: Yes
  • Included in BDB: Yes

Strongs Concordance:

Webster's 1828 Dictionary
Seem

SEEM, v. i.

1. To appear; to make or have a show or semblance.

Thou art not what thou seems't. Shak.

All seem'd well pleased; all seem'd, but were not all. Milton.

2. To have the appearance of truth or fact; to be understood as true. It seems that the Turkish power is on the decline.

A prince of Italy, it seems, entertained his mistress on a great lake. Addison.

SEEM, v. t. To become; to befit. Obs.


Webster's 1828 Dictionary
Seemer

SEE'MER, noun. One that carries an appearance or semblance.

Hence we shall see

If pow'r change purpose, what our seemers be. Shak.


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Seeming

SEE'MING, ppr.

1. Appearing; having the appearance or semblance, whether real or not.

2. adjective. Specious.

SEE'MING, noun.

1. Appearance; show; semblance.

2. Fair appearance.

These keep

Seeming and and savor all the winter long. Shak.

3. Opinion or liking; favorable opinion.

Nothing more clear to their seeming. Hooker.

His persuasive words impregn'd

with reason to her seeming. Obs. Milton.


Webster's 1828 Dictionary
Seemingly

SEE'MINGLY, adv. In appearance; in show; in semblance.

This the father seemingly complied with. Addison.

they depend often on remote and seemingly disproportioned causes. Atterbury.


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Seemingness

SEE'MINGNESS, noun. Fair appearance; plausibility.


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Seemless

SEE'MLESS, adjective. Unseemly; unfit; indecorous. Obs.


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Seemliness

SEE'MLINESS, noun. [from seemly.] Comliness; grace; fitness; propriety; decency; decorum.

When seemliness combines with portliness. Camden.


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Seemly

SEE'MLY, adjective. Becoming; fit; suited to the object, occasion, purpose or character; suitable.

Suspense of judgement and excercise of charity were safer and seemlier for christian men, than the hot pursuit of these controversies. Hooker.

Honor is not seemly for a fool. Proverbs 26:1.

SEE'MLY, adv. In a decent or suitable manner.


Webster's 1828 Dictionary
Seemlyhead

SEE'MLYHEAD, [See Head and Hood.] Comely or decent appearance. Obs.