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Difference between 'Seam' and 'Seem'

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Seam is a line where two edges are joined.

To Seem is to appear to be.

Sample Usage

1. His old coat has many frayed seams.
2. Water was coming in through the seams of the boat.
3. A coal seam.

1. He seems to be an honest man.
2. A thin person always seems taller.
3. She seems kind.

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