Third-person singular simple present indicative form of seem. (verb)
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Use "seemeth" in a sentence
"Messire looketh at it and coveteth it much more than ever he did before, and he seeth that it is as long as another sword, albeit, when it is sheathed in the scabbard, neither scabbard nor sword seemeth of two spans length."
"No liars will inherit the kingdom of GOD. There is away that seemeth right unto a man but in the end leadeth to death and destruction."
"I herewith return you Moores Book  with thanks for the pleasure it has given me, I have marked with pencil those pieces which I have copy'd as my favourites, and those mark'd double are particular favorites, so you may condemn or applaud my taste, as in your judgement seemeth meet — if you have the other volume (for this I see is the second) will you let it me?"