seem like


Also found in: Idioms.
See: appear
References in classic literature ?
Polly could n't get on with her at first, for Maud did n't seem like a child, and often corrected Polly in her conversation and manners, though little mademoiselle's own were anything but perfect.
It's our memories getting lost in the fog of time that makes it seem like today's holiday is different from yesterday's.
If the look of the book and the subject matter always turn them off, reading will forever seem like an obligatory, tedious activity.
It's a total myth that not caring about your studies makes you seem like you're all that.
So it doesn't really seem like the plane is a big flying Valium.