seem


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It seems to me, my dear child," said the Doctor at parting, holding her hand, "you seem to me to be in trouble.
Buda-Pesth seems a wonderful place, from the glimpse which I got of it from the train and the little I could walk through the streets.
I should like to like her, ever so much, because she is most lovely and most attractive; but she doesn't seem to want to know me or to like me.
The Pacific is more desolate than other seas; its spaces seem more vast, and the most ordinary journey upon it has somehow the feeling of an adventure.
Strange as at first glance it may seem to suppose that the Massacre of St.
When one's a boy, you see, one's head is so full of dreams that it doesn't seem to matter what one does.
He was appalled to think of the dirty little man downstairs in connection with illness like this, and turning instinctively to Helen, but she was doing something at a table in the window, and did not seem to realise how great the shock to him must be.
The memories of a large range of poetic reading are blent into one methodical music so perfectly that at times the notes seem almost simple.
All the women seem to be wearing smart frocks, and some of those foreign uniforms are gorgeous.
By heavens, you don't seem to understand, Dick, the immense, the extraordinary importance of this man to us
They had an independent bearing, resolute eyes, a restrained manner; and we seem yet to hear their soft voices speaking of battles, travels, and escapes; boasting with composure, joking quietly; sometimes in well-bred murmurs extolling their own valour, our generosity; or celebrating with loyal enthusiasm the virtues of their ruler.
At the time I now write of, Father Mapple was in the hardy winter of a healthy old age; that sort of old age which seems merging into a second flowering youth, for among all the fissures of his wrinkles, there shone certain mild gleams of a newly developing bloom --the spring verdure peeping forth even beneath February's snow.