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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of seam.
- adj. Out of condition; not in good condition.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Out of condition; not in good condition; -- said of a hawk.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In falconry, not in good condition; out of condition: said of a falcon.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having or joined by a seam or seams
- adj. (used especially of skin) marked by lines or seams
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Susan made the table cloth from two panels of plaid fabric, which she appropriately "seamed" together with safety pins.
Its world is second to none, so captivating and deep that its 'seamed' landscape, identical NPCs and infrequent loading screens feel entirely natural.
Well obviously nothing beats SitL/FotD for BAD episodes for me, those fail on virtually every level from concept right through end product there is no redeeming factor as far as I'm concerned except maybe how totally not into it DT seamed half the time.
Everything seamed to be starch based, which shouldn't be nearly as good of a binder. idogis1
What about programs that run on a mac? that would then be used to recover data from another hard drive, all the apps you showed seamed to be running on a pc ...
Previously married to rocker Marilyn Manson, Dita is instantly recognizable for her classic pin-up girl look: jet-black dyed and curled hair, seamed stockings, overdrawn lips.
"The whole costume was darted and seamed until it was 2 inches smaller than any of my measurements everywhere except the bust," she wrote.
It is surprising, in so short a time, how lean their faces have grown, how lined and seamed.
For around $100 more you can look at the Burris Fast Fire II which seamed to get universal acclaim.
He seamed to act to big for his britches when all the officer was trying to do is protect Mr. Gates property.