seemly

Seemly vs Charming - What's the difference?

seemly | charming | Related terms |

Seemly is a related term of charming.


As adjectives the difference between seemly and charming

is that seemly is (of behavior) appropriate; suited to the occasion or purpose; becoming while charming is pleasant, charismatic.

As an adverb seemly

is appropriately, fittingly.

As a verb charming is

.

As a noun charming is

the casting of a magical charm.

Seemly vs Fair - What's the difference?

seemly | fair |


As an adjective seemly

is (of behavior) appropriate; suited to the occasion or purpose; becoming.

As an adverb seemly

is appropriately, fittingly.

As a proper noun fair is

.

Dignified vs Seemly - What's the difference?

dignified | seemly | Related terms |

Dignified is a related term of seemly.


As adjectives the difference between dignified and seemly

is that dignified is respectable while seemly is (of behavior) appropriate; suited to the occasion or purpose; becoming.

As a verb dignified

is (dignify).

As an adverb seemly is

appropriately, fittingly.

Seemly vs Timely - What's the difference?

seemly | timely | Related terms |

Seemly is a related term of timely.


As adjectives the difference between seemly and timely

is that seemly is (of behavior) appropriate; suited to the occasion or purpose; becoming while timely is done at the proper time.

As adverbs the difference between seemly and timely

is that seemly is appropriately, fittingly while timely is (archaic) in good time; early, quickly.

Seemly vs Mannerly - What's the difference?

seemly | mannerly | Related terms |

Seemly is a related term of mannerly.


As adjectives the difference between seemly and mannerly

is that seemly is (of behavior) appropriate; suited to the occasion or purpose; becoming while mannerly is polite, having good manners.

As an adverb seemly

is appropriately, fittingly.

Seemly vs Tasteful - What's the difference?

seemly | tasteful | Related terms |

Seemly is a related term of tasteful.


As adjectives the difference between seemly and tasteful

is that seemly is (of behavior) appropriate; suited to the occasion or purpose; becoming while tasteful is having or exhibiting good taste; aesthetically pleasing or conforming to expectations or ideals of what is appropriate.

As an adverb seemly

is appropriately, fittingly.

Seemly vs Pleasing - What's the difference?

seemly | pleasing | Related terms |

Seemly is a related term of pleasing.


As adjectives the difference between seemly and pleasing

is that seemly is (of behavior) appropriate; suited to the occasion or purpose; becoming while pleasing is agreeable; giving pleasure, cheer, enjoyment or gratification.

As an adverb seemly

is appropriately, fittingly.

As a noun pleasing is

pleasure or satisfaction, as in the phrase "to my pleasing".

As a verb pleasing is

.

Seemly vs Seasonable - What's the difference?

seemly | seasonable | Related terms |

Seemly is a related term of seasonable.


As adjectives the difference between seemly and seasonable

is that seemly is (of behavior) appropriate; suited to the occasion or purpose; becoming while seasonable is opportune; occurring at an appropriate or suitable time.

As an adverb seemly

is appropriately, fittingly.

Seemly vs Appealing - What's the difference?

seemly | appealing | Related terms |

Seemly is a related term of appealing.


As adjectives the difference between seemly and appealing

is that seemly is (of behavior) appropriate; suited to the occasion or purpose; becoming while appealing is having appeal; attractive.

As an adverb seemly

is appropriately, fittingly.

As a verb appealing is

.

As a noun appealing is

the act of making an appeal.

Adapted vs Seemly - What's the difference?

adapted | seemly | Related terms |

Adapted is a related term of seemly.


As a verb adapted

is (adapt).

As an adjective seemly is

(of behavior) appropriate; suited to the occasion or purpose; becoming.

As an adverb seemly is

appropriately, fittingly.

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