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
With that credential, consider this rumination on bougie life inside the San Francisco bubble, which seems consistent with the data and the experience of other local techies.
And the exclusion of services, which make up 80% of the economy and in which, unlike goods, Britain has a large trade surplus, seems better for the EU than for the United Kingdom.
Similarly, fans loved Joe the grocer (also known as Joe Amabile), a sincere-seeming Chicago native who left after the first episode.
Obviously, Kylie still looks gorgeous, and her fans seem to agree.
But as more information came out, the saga began to seem disturbing.
As the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget observed in a 2016 commentary, benefits won't disappear unless Congress eliminated the program itself, which seems even less likely than mustering the political consensus to solidify funding.
But none were as embarrassing as Muslera’s which seemed to end Uruguayan hopes of progressing further in the competition.
But for now, MoviePass’s cheap, mostly unlimited plan helps undercut the high cost of movie tickets — which seems to be changing the way people go to the movies.
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SEEM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of seem for English Language Learners
: to appear to be something or to do something : to have a quality, appearance, etc., that shows or suggests a particular characteristic, feeling, etc.
—used with it to make a statement about what appears to be true based on what is known
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