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
How this works is never explained, and Barlow's team doesn't seem eager to discuss the precise systems at play.
Suddenly our golden god of technology didn't seem so benevolent anymore.
Neither team could find any flow offensively, and Kansas State didn’t seem to have a single dangerous shooter on the floor.
Only Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg joined the 2015 dissent, and the issue does not seem to have gained traction in the intervening years.
Conservatives in the lower chamber typically take their cues from Trump on hot-button issues and don’t seem likely to support the health care fixes in sufficient numbers if the White House is opposed.
On paper, Michelle Green didn’t seem like a person who might take on the renovation of a time capsule midcentury modern house.
Interesting combination of flavors but don't seem to work together.
Still, Grygiel said that explanation doesn't seem to cover what the company did in Australia.
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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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