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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishseemingseem‧ing /ˈsiːmɪŋ/ adjective [only before noun] formal  SEEMappearing to be something, especially when this is not actually true syn apparent a seeming piece of good luck, which later led to all kinds of trouble
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seemingShe was full of tension as her eyes searched the group with seeming casualness.There is within us all an urge to make order out of seeming chaos.Such surprise twists and seeming contradictions are typical of the man.This table also confirms the seeming decline in overall profitability during the 1980s and particularly in 1986.Don't be fooled by her seeming fragility.The professor became frustrated by his students' seeming inability to understand simple questions.I relapsed into a seeming normality.It is easy enough now to mock the film industry's seeming paranoia about the Film Society screenings.I wondered about Richard's seeming reluctance to talk about his family.Though a good deal older than Privet the mole gave the impression of vigour and intelligence, talking quickly, and seeming restless.And the particulars of such a seeming unequal struggle are of little immediate help to the Kids from La Fama.
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