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semble

sem·ble \ˈsem-bəl\
  1. :  it seems semble that the two statutes are consistent —used chiefly to indicate obiter dictum usually parenthetically following a citation or to introduce a tentative thought

Origin and Etymology of semble

Anglo-French, third person singular present indicative of sembler to seem


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