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John seems nice.
He seems happy enough to me.
Going out for lunch seemed like a good idea.
She seemed to take very good care of herself.
Susan seems like a very sensible person.
It seems there's going to be a slight delay.
I seem to have forgotten your name.
We can't seem to get this computer to work.
It seems to rain all the time here.
Standing there in the house, it seemed that he had never been away.
It seems to me this is his most important novel.
It seems like their marriage is over.
It seems as if everybody else knew except me.
'He's not coming with us, then?' 'So it seems.'
This is the British English definition of seem. View American English definition of seem.
a sweet brown powder that tastes like chocolate and is made from the seeds of a Mediterranean tree