Antonyms for seems

  • be real
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It seems to me that life is no life, but living death, without that freedom!

Finally he disappeared, and, as it seems, embraced the profession of a sailor.

He seems too decent to marry that way—and yet it's the only way I could marry him.

Seems to me she did pretty well here; I don't see any kicks due her.

It seems pleasant to be on land after being on shipboard so many weeks.

There is a kind of beauty that seems made to be painted on ivory, and such was hers.

Mr Clayton, it seems incredible to me that I can talk thus to you.

But the one, it seems, has many faults:—Is the other faultless?

No one can find out her trouble and no one seems to be able to comfort her.

They, as well as my father, are more and more incensed against me, it seems.