seems

Kindof vs Seems - What's the difference?

kindof | seems |


As an adverb kindof

is .

As a verb seems is

(seem).

Seen vs Seems - What's the difference?

seen | seems |


As a noun seen

is .

As a verb seems is

(seem).

Seeming vs Seems - What's the difference?

seeming | seems |


As verbs the difference between seeming and seems

is that seeming is while seems is (seem).

As an adjective seeming

is apparent.

As a noun seeming

is outward appearance.

Seems vs Find - What's the difference?

seems | find |


As verbs the difference between seems and find

is that seems is (seem) while find is to encounter or discover by accident; to happen upon.

As a noun find is

anything that is found (usually valuable), as objects on an archeological site or a person with talent.

Goes vs Seems - What's the difference?

goes | seems |


As a noun goes

is (person from goa).

As an adjective goes

is .

As a verb seems is

(seem).

Seems vs Joint - What's the difference?

seems | joint |


As a verb seems

is (seem).

As a noun joint is

marijuana cigarette; joint.

Seems vs Might - What's the difference?

seems | might |


As verbs the difference between seems and might

is that seems is (seem) while might is (lb) used to indicate conditional or possible actions.

As a noun might is

(uncountable) power, strength, force or influence held by a person or group.

As an adjective might is

mighty; powerful; possible.

Seems vs Resembles - What's the difference?

seems | resembles |


As verbs the difference between seems and resembles

is that seems is (seem) while resembles is (resemble).

Seems vs Appear - What's the difference?

seems | appear |


As verbs the difference between seems and appear

is that seems is (seem) while appear is (label) to come or be in sight; to be in view; to become visible.

Seems vs Seemingly - What's the difference?

seems | seemingly |


As a verb seems

is (seem).

As an adverb seemingly is

to appearances; apparently.

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