search, look up, inspect, scrutinize; inquire, question, poke into.
seek to try to, essay to, attempt to; endeavor, venture upon, undertake, set about, go about, have a go at.
4. desire, covet, want, want with all one's heart, want in the worst way, be dying for; crave, yearn for, long for, hanker for.
5. solicit, ask for, petition for; beg for, plead for; beseech, entreat, implore; angle for, bid for.
seem, v. appear, appear like, look like, look as if, look to be, have the look of; sound, sound like, strike one as, have every appearance of, have every indication of, have the earmarks of; evidence, exhibit, show, manifest; be obvious, be patent, be plain, be self-evident, be clear.
seeming, adj. 1. apparent, appearing, ostensible, presumable, Archaic, semblable; outward, external, surface, superficial; pretended, feigned, assumed, put-on; likely, probable; possible, conceivable, plausible, specious; supposed, presumed, reputed, inferred; professed, claimed, purported, avowed, alleged, so-called, nominal, in name only. -n. 2. appearance, semblance, face value, Inf. front, guise, show, false show, pretense, presentment, image; face, outward form, exterior, color,
seemingly, adv. apparently, ostensibly, on the face of it; outwardly, superficially, externally, in semblance, in show; presumably, likely, probably, possibly, conceivably, plausibly, speciously; avowedly, professedly, pretendedly, allegedly,
seemly, adj. 1. decorous, decent, proper, becoming; tasteful, in good taste, dignified, refined, polished, elegant, genteel; politic, prudent, discreet, tactful, judicious, diplomatic; conventional, acceptable; unoffensive.
2. suitable, appropriate, apt, apposite, apropos; fit, fitting, befitting, Brit. Dial, gradely, meet, Fr. comme il faut; expedient, advantageous, advisable; just, right, commensurate, proportionate, equitable, equivalent, correspondent, in character, in keeping; relevant, Latin, ad rem, germane, to the point, pertinent; to the purpose, applicable, practicable, feasible; opportune, seasonable, timely, felicitous; suited, adapted, compatible, reasonable; favorable, commodious, convenient.
3. attractive, handsome, well-made, well-proportioned; good-looking, comely, well-favored, goodly, fair, bonny, pretty, beautiful; striking, pleasing, agreeable, charming, enchanting, alluring, engaging, ravishing.
seep, v. ooze, trickle, dribble, drizzle, drip; transude, flow or pass through, filter, filtrate, strain, percolate, leach; exude, bleed, sweat, weep, drain out, pass out, escape, flow out, issue, emanate,
seepage, n. transudation, percolation, filtration; exudation, effluence, outflowing, effusion, ooze, seep; leakage, leak, Pathol, defluxion; secretion, transudate, exudate, discharge, sweat, perspiration, blood, sap, juice.
seer, n. 1. observer, onlooker, looker-on, witness, eyewitness, spy; watcher, viewer, spectator, sightseer; gaper, goggler, ogler, Inf. rubberneck, Inf. sidewalk superintendent, Inf. drugstore cowboy; inspector, scrutinizer, examiner.
2. forecaster, predictor, prognosticator, presager, foreteller, foreseer; conjecturer, surmiser, guesser, theorizer, hypothesizer.
3. sage, wise man, Solomon, venerable, mentor, guru, Class Myth. Nestor; high priest, rabbi, Hinduism. rishi; philosopher, philosophe, theorist, thinker,