Seems meaning in English | Easy explanation | Indian dictionary

Seems meaning in English: In this article, the meaning of the word ‘Seems’ is explained in easy English with examples, along with its synonyms and antonyms.

Seems pronunciation = si-ms

Seems meaning in English

1. ‘Seems’ means to give the impression of being something or to give the impression of having a particular quality.

2. ‘Seems’ means may or may not be, nothing is certain.

Seems- English meaning

‘Seems’ word is formed by applying ‘S’ to ‘Seem’. ‘Seem’ is the keyword of ‘Seem’s’.

The word ‘Seem’ acts as a ‘Verb’.

Seem- English meaning
to appear


The word ‘Seems’ acts as an ‘Action verb’.

When ‘S’ is added to ‘Seem’, it becomes ‘Seems’.

‘Seems’ is third-person singular. The third person would be the one about whom the first and second person talks.

‘He’ and ‘She’ is the third person singular. ‘Seems’ are used with these.


▪ He seems arrogant.

(He appears to be arrogant which means he may or may not be arrogant, nothing can be said with certainty.)

▪ Sujit seems upset.

▪ The Dog seems angry.

▪ The soup seems to be cold.

▪ He seems to be a doctor.

▪ The house seems to be strong. 

▪ She seems to be their mother. 

▪ It seems like their marriage is over.

▪ He seems to be their coach. 

▪ The man seating on the chair seems to be the owner of the company.

▪ It seems to rain all the time here.

▪ It seems no one is at the home.

▪ It seems he will not live more.

‘Seems’ Synonyms-antonyms

The synonyms of the word ‘Seems’ are as follows.

Come across
Looks like
Looks to be
Sounds like

The antonyms of the word ‘Seems’ are as follows.

Be real

Use of ‘seemingly’

Seemingly is an adverb.

An adverb that tells you something about an adjective.

Seemingly- adverb
appears to be

‘Seemingly’ means trying to make something look special but not actually be like it.


▪ He is seemingly strict with his children. 

(He seems to be very strict with his kids but in reality, he is not.)

▪ He is seemingly nice. 

(He seems to be good-natured but in reality, he is not.)

By applying ‘seemingly’ the meaning of the sentence changes.

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