Seely



adjective, Archaic.
1.
insignificant or feeble; poor.
2.
happy; auspicious.
3.
good; pious; blessed.
4.
foolish; simple-minded.

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  • Seem

    verb (used without object) 1. to appear to be, feel, do, etc.: She seems better this morning. 2. to appear to one’s own senses, mind, observation, judgment, etc.: It seems to me that someone is calling. 3. to appear to exist: There seems no need to go now. 4. to appear to be true, probable, […]

  • Seemed

    verb (used without object) 1. to appear to be, feel, do, etc.: She seems better this morning. 2. to appear to one’s own senses, mind, observation, judgment, etc.: It seems to me that someone is calling. 3. to appear to exist: There seems no need to go now. 4. to appear to be true, probable, […]



  • Seemer

    noun 1. a person who constantly pretends.

  • Seeming

    adjective 1. apparent; appearing, whether truly or falsely, to be as specified: a seeming advantage. noun 2. appearance, especially outward or deceptive appearance. verb (used without object) 1. to appear to be, feel, do, etc.: She seems better this morning. 2. to appear to one’s own senses, mind, observation, judgment, etc.: It seems to me […]



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