adjective, seepier, seepiest.
(especially of ground, a plot of land, or the like) soaked or oozing with water; not drained.
noun 1. a person who sees; observer. 2. a person who prophesies future events; prophet: Industry seers predicted higher profits. 3. a person endowed with profound moral and spiritual insight or knowledge; a wise person or sage who possesses intuitive powers. 4. a person who is reputed to have special powers of divination, as a […]
- See reason
Adopt a sensible course of action, let oneself be persuaded, as in At ninety Grandma finally saw reason and gave up driving her car. This expression, which uses reason in the sense of “good sense,” was first recorded in Shakespeare’s 1 Henry IV (1:2).
noun 1. a woman who prophesies future events.
noun 1. a plainwoven cotton, rayon, or linen fabric: traditionally a striped cotton with alternate stripes crinkled in the weaving. noun 1. a light cotton, linen, or other fabric with a crinkled surface and often striped