seemly in English

adjective
1
conforming to accepted notions of propriety or good taste; decorous.
I felt it was not seemly to observe too closely

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Below are sample sentences containing the word "seemly" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "seemly", or refer to the context using the word "seemly" in the English Dictionary.

1. We will call at a more seemly time.

2. My comrades, pay attention, we must oppress seemly.

3. Control yourself , sir. These outbursts of petulance are not seemly.

4. It would be more seemly to tell her after the funeral.

5. I'd stint myself to keep you both in a genteel and seemly style.

6. We no longer pay a seemly deference to our superiors.

7. It isn't seemly to let the baby play with scissors.

8. Young people should address their elders in a seemly manner.

9. It was not seemly for ladies to talk about money.

10. 21 synonyms for Advisable: wise, seemly, sound, suggested, fitting, fit, politic, recommended

11. She smiled to her grandfather nearby and seemly showing off her ability.

12. Chewing gum on a train is not seemly in a lady.

13. It was not considered seemly to talk in such a way in front of the children.

14. Beseem Meaning: "to seem; to be seemly," from be- + seem (v.)

15. Some women who answered the questions were found seemly cynically hostile [Sentencedict.com], or highly untrusting of others.

16. Would it be seemly to have a moment of silence for the Iraqi corpses?

17. Antonyms for Cheapening include dignified, seemly, appropriate, becoming, proper, suitable, decorous, elegant, refined and decent

18. Synonyms for Advisable include seemly, sensible, appropriate, apt, desirable, expedient, fit, fitting, judicious and politic

19. It would not have been very seemly for the ladies to hear all the shouting.

20. They're seemly and excited enough, but everyone spare a space for himself and the others.

21. After this time, the changement tougher and tougher, even a seemly slight change might be huge.

22. Bluenoses: a person who is greatly concerned with seemly behavior and morality especially regarding sexual matters

23. Some women who answered the questions were found seemly cynically hostile , or highly untrusting of others.

24. Authors often misinterpret the fox as a seemly spider, when in Actuality it feels more like a wonderful grapefruit

25. But he should have gone further and acknowledged that it is not seemly to hold such political functions in the White House.

26. Verb be appropriate for, become, suit, be fitting for, be suitable for, be seemly for, behove (U.S.) He writes beautifully, as Befits a poet

27. 45 synonyms for Befitting: appropriate to, right for, suitable for, fitting for, fit for, becoming to, suitable to, seemly for, proper for, apposite to, meet

28. HV outdoor switchgear series are mainly used as breaking, closing load current, overload current, short circuit current of 10KV system and other and seemly field with 50HZ.

29. Advisable adjective wise, seemly, sound, suggested, fitting, fit, politic, recommended, appropriate, suitable, sensible, proper, profitable, desirable, apt, prudent, expedient, judicious It is Advisable to book your hotel in advance.

30. Synonyms & Antonyms of Bluenose a person who is greatly concerned with seemly behavior and morality especially regarding sexual matters the editorial lambasts those Bluenoses who feel they have the moral authority to dictate how other people should conduct themselves in private

31. Becoming: 1 adj displaying or setting off to best advantage “a Becoming new shade of rose” “a Becoming portrait” Synonyms: flattering showing or representing to advantage adj according with custom or propriety “her Becoming modesty” Synonyms: comely , comme il faut , decent , decorous , seemly proper marked by suitability or rightness or

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33. Ap-er-tan': Only once in English Versions of the Bible, namely, in Jeremiah 10:7, for ya'ah "it becometh," "it is seemly," Vulgate "Tuum est enim decus," "it is Thy honor."Generally in the sense of "to belong to" (Leviticus 6:5, "to whom it appertaineth"); Nehemiah 2:8, "the castle which Appertained to the house" (Tobit 6:12; 1 Esdras 8:95; 1

34. The meaning of Appertain in the Bible (From International Standard Bible Encyclopedia) ap-er-tan': Only once in English Versions of the Bible, namely, in Jeremiah 10:7, for ya'ah "it becometh," "it is seemly," Vulgate "Tuum est enim decus," "it is Thy honor."Generally in the sense of "to belong to" (Leviticus 6:5, "to whom it appertaineth"); Nehemiah 2:8, "the castle which Appertained to the

35. Ap-er-tan': Only once in English Versions of the Bible, namely, in Jeremiah 10:7, for ya'ah "it becometh," "it is seemly," Vulgate "Tuum est enim decus," "it is Thy honor."Generally in the sense of "to belong to" (Leviticus 6:5, "to whom it Appertaineth"); Nehemiah 2:8, "the castle which Appertained to the house" (Tobit 6:12; 1 Esdras 8:95; 1 Macc 10:42).