Nor did it seem to surprise him when he finally found out what it was.
Doesn't it seem strange!
If only he could make it seem to her the simple thing it was to him!
It was this that made it seem as if the losses had been all on one side.
It was very pleasant and made it seem more as if he were living in a home.
Short & Simple Example Sentence For It Seem | It Seem Sentence
Does it seem so to you?
Nor did it seem of any moment.
Does it seem reasonable?
Did it seem possible?
Made it seem that she inclines to him?
And how can it seem other than a dream?
How gloomy and lonely did it seem.
Does it seem natural to be formal here?
Use him if it seem good to thee.
Scarce true doth it seem.
This made it seem all the more ridiculous.
That made it seem so strange.
Does it seem like a real lemon?
Nor did it seem likely that any one would.
He says it makes it seem more natural.
Its very definiteness makes it seem possible of attainment.
The more we examined it, the more did it seem sculptured.
The end, would it seem?
How would it seem to have a wife who could play the piano?
That made it seem more than ever like a real camp.
I mean, did it seem to make sense?
He added another one to it to make it seem more natural.
If it seem good to thee, deny him again.
God in the world, need it seem hypocritical.
What had made it seem so queer, all of a sudden?
But, oh! how different did it seem to be!
They seek to make it seem less strange, 11.
The more I thought of this the more feasible did it seem.
It was not come yet, however, nor did it seem to be coming.
Do you, if it seem so blessed to you, make cotton cheaper.
Only when Soolsby came did it seem to lessen.
Does it seem ludicrous, Pest?
I can't make it seem true, that it's her lying in there.
Does it seem presumptuous in me to say it, Fidelia?
Wouldn't it seem queer?
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