seem


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They seem to make a good deal of them here; but I couldn't help telling him the other day that in Bangor I really don't think we do.
There are two of the English who I suppose are very cultivated too; but it doesn't seem as if I could enter into theirs so easily, though I try all I can.
She was ever so much looked at; but she didn't seem to notice it, until at last I couldn't help calling attention to it.
It seems to me that the further east you go the more unpunctual are the trains.
The gray of the morning has passed, and the sun is high over the distant horizon, which seems jagged, whether with trees or hills I know not, for it is so far off that big things and little are mixed.
But to men who do not admit that Russia was formed by the will of one man, Peter I, or that the French Empire was formed and the war with Russia begun by the will of one man, Napoleon, that argument seems not merely untrue and irrational, but contrary to all human reality.
I seem to have been busy doing all sorts of things.
We've a small army looking for the fellow, but it does seem as though he had disappeared off the face of the earth.
Every one in the place, except one poor woman, seems to look upon him as a sort of supernatural being.
Always I seem to be pulled two different ways, to be struggling to see things from two different points of view.
He seems to be a great deal in your thoughts lately, Penelope.
It seems callous of us to have come," Penelope declared.