Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who seems; one who makes a show of something; one who carries an appearance or semblance.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who seems; one who carries or assumes an appearance or semblance.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A person who, or a thing which seems.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Is Lord Angelo a champion of strict and impartial justice or is he a 'seemer'?

    Shakespeare

  • Is it just me or does Tim (and I love him) seemer just a little mean this season?

    'Project Runway': Has the judging been too harsh this season? | EW.com

  • Angelo, the would-be Puritan ruler, was a “false seemer,” Malvolio was a “chough.”

    The Man Shakespeare

  • Angelo, the would-be Puritan ruler, was a "false seemer,"

    The Man Shakespeare

  • Sinkerballers will often complement their two-seemer with a strong sweeping slider, so they stay on the same plane and have similar velocity, and therefore are unrecognizable until about 30 feet from the plate.

    Baseball Analysts

  • Sinkerballers will often complement their two-seemer with a strong sweeping slider, so they stay on the same plane and have similar velocity, and therefore are unrecognizable until about 30 feet from the plate.

    Baseball Analysts

  • Sinkerballers will often complement their two-seemer with a strong sweeping slider, so they stay on the same plane and have similar velocity, and therefore are unrecognizable until about 30 feet from the plate.

    Baseball Analysts

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