Examples of seem in a Sentence
What they're doing doesn't seem right to me.
I tried to cheer them up because they seemed depressed.
Recent Examples of seem from the Web
There Lenin seems less like a fiery leader than a grumpy retiree, his arm outstretched as if trying to call back a bus that sped past him.
So, not sure entirely what is happening, but given the rest of the day's tweets, someone at his organization seems to have wrested control back of the account—with a dash of sass thrown in there.
The religious nature of the term also seems particularly apt these days.
That association, Stroud writes, seems to have contributed to the decision to sacrifice North Portland—and the slough—to industry.
According to the outlet, the allegation seems to involve Weinstein allegedly exposing himself and masturbating in front of the woman.
Key players: The inclusion of Derrick Berry as running back in the second half seemed to ignite the Pioneers.
But the women who say Masterson raped them seem eager to be heard.
Northam seems to me almost a classic Democratic politician of our time.
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- They certainly seemed pleased.
- I can't seem to recall where we met.
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