Just Seemed in a sentence

How to use Just Seemed in a Sentence?

  • It just seemed as if managers were dead set against having a man and wife in the same company.
  • I just seemed to feel that something was bound to happen to upset my calculations.
  • To the laypeople in the audience it probably just seemed like another piece of legal droning.
  • I was a mighty sick woman, Mr. Jardine, for a few days; I just seemed to give up.
  • But after these rich folks turned up and her life got so bright and easy she just seemed to forget all about me.
  • He just seemed to fade out in the frame of the doorway and into the shadowed coolth of the scullery like a dissolving picture.
  • It just seemed as if everyone who knew them had seized the opportunity of expressing their sympathy by means of a little present.
  • It just seemed a picture of the man revealing his noble heart, and showing his fervent religious sentiments.
  • His best ideas just seemed to come to him, out of nowhere, precisely as the situation demanded them.
  • The work was easy, the pay good, and she never had a harsh word; but they just seemed unconscious of her existence.
  • Every word that fell from my lips she just seemed to catch with her own lips, and I was very anxious to go down where she was.
  • And the mental efforts to shake herself into clear order, just seemed, as sometimes happens, to tie three knots where there was one before.
  • The point would have been passed and that intimacy which he always just seemed to miss with them would have been his if it had not always been for this stiff unsympathetic governess.
  • He just seemed to take the whole text and throw it at them, to prove that God loved the sinner, and that for six thousand years he had been trying to convince the world of this.
  • It didn't seem to have as much tune to it as the old-style fiddling, and he would hardly ever play for dances; but his fiddle just seemed to sing.
  • It just seemed like the Red Sea dividing to let the Israelites go through, only this was red-hot sand held back to let the train pass through a deep rift.
  • I just seemed to myself a shadow that had moved around seein' things, but not being seen, and always alone and lonely, havin' my best times flyin' kites or when I wasn't with Mitch.
  • After a second's thought he said, "Well... All I know is that it just seemed obvious.
  • In a flash he slid over the pavement--just seemed to fly over the street, making for that baby carriage.
  • It just seemed as if a dark blur whizzed about--more bird-like than beast-like--around the astonished and prancing heron, and then into nowhere.
  • But listen, it just seemed to me that this was providential--I had to come to you and tell you what I have told you tonight.
  • I wasn't sorry about not likin' Sunday School or anything--only it just seemed that I had never done anything, or learned anything.
  • She suffered no new pain, and uttered no complaint, but as the days went by, and the intense heat of summer burned all purity and life from the air, she just seemed to droop, and bow her head feebly beneath the oppressive heat; and the frail stem of life snapped, with the weight of its own slight self.
  • I hadn't told her that I was offline yet -- it just seemed like insignificant personal bitching relative to the crises she was coping with.
  • Many wondered at his calmness a' the while the body lay i' the house afore the burial--but it was the calmness o' despair; he just seemed like ane turned to stane.
  • He just seemed to climb over his subject, while he proved that there was nothing on earth like the love of Christ,
  • She just seemed like she was a-practisin' the mother-in-law, so as to do it without stumblin' when the time come."
  • She had got herself engaged to him but she didn't want to marry him, and it just seemed to me that the easiest way out of things was for us to get married

Short Example Sentence for Just Seemed

  • It just seemed to slide away while I was looking.
  • It had just seemed like the sort of thing it would be thrilling to do.
  • He and mother just seemed to want to draw back into their shells.
  • I just seemed to jump out of my sleep, and I was wide-awake in a second.
  • I just seemed to jump out of my sleep, and I was wide awake in a second.
  • He just seemed to be himself, all alone--always alone.
  • But the horrid poison just seemed to have entered into poor Newton's soul.
  • They just seemed to come, first the meter and
  • And they just seemed to make Bess all alive again with joy.
  • It just seemed as if I _must_ find some explanation.
  • , it just seemed playful and funny and in the spirit of the rest.
  • "It just seemed to me he threw him pretty hard."