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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SEEMLINESS

Seemliness is conduct which befits one's character and standards.

Seemliness is a light, remote, and less important form of propriety.

But he is a great lord, and in seemliness he asks for a lie, and that which he asks is given to him—in seemliness.

Mezura, seemliness, is contrasted with dezmezura, licentiousness.

All man's seemliness and affection for the natural things of earth were absent.

Even unlucky devils, such as myself, are not without a certain respect for that which is fitting, for seemliness and etiquette.

At Nantes in Bretaigne dwelt a lady who was rich in beauty and wisdom and all seemliness.

“The palmyra palm has no shadow: the Paraiyan has no regard for seemliness” is a common Tamil proverb.

Unequal to the exercise of virtue itself, he thought he had done enough in preserving some of its seemliness.

There was nothing in his appearance which grated particularly upon Mr. Weatherley's sense of seemliness.

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