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
Other than that, the Warriors can seem listless, disengaged, perfunctory, out of rhythm, even discombobulated.
As Speed crosses the finish line, his car seems to enter warp speed as the checkered finish line wraps around it.
Therefore, doing full eye makeup made her brows seem more like her own and less like a tattoo.
Life, in general, seems to eat my meal prep containers.
Movie producers seemed to insist on putting Diana in the movie by showcasing her spirit in a lion that Harry saves when his father attempts to shoot it.
Even the White House seems slightly taken-aback by Trump’s promise.
So far, investors in the pharmaceutical industry seem unfazed.
This seems to go beyond memory lapse into disinformation.
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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
SEEM Defined for Kids
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