What is the correct spelling for SEEMA?

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Correct spellings for SEEMA

  • deem From labours through the night, outworn, Above the hills the front of morn We see, whose eyes to heights are raised, And the world's wise may deem us crazed.
  • sam "Something has slipped, Sam ," Bryce retorted pleasantly.
  • same "Well, I do wish so, all the same ," said she, with feminine pertinacity.
  • samoa
  • schema
  • sea
  • seam
  • seaman
  • seamy To be obliged to attend people at the times of day when they are least attractive, when from fatigue or temper they drop the mask that society glues to their faces so many hours in the twenty-four; to see always the seamy side of life, the small expedients, the aids to nature; to stand behind a chair and hear an acquaintance of your master's ridiculed, who has just been warmly praised to his face; to see a hostess who has been graciously urging her guests "not to go so soon," blurt out all her boredom and thankfulness "that those tiresome So-and-So's" are "paid off at last," as soon as the door is closed behind them, must needs give a curious bent to a servant's mind.
  • see
  • seed
  • seek
  • seem
  • seemly
  • seen
  • seep
  • seer For look where now they lead the holy seer , Whom sacred Truth inspires alone of men.
  • seesaw
  • selma Oh, I am glad, Selma , that the other is all behind!
  • semi
  • sigma
  • sm
  • smear
  • some
  • steam
  • stem
  • sum
  • teem
  • Seemed
  • sumo
  • Emma "Don't you think, Aunt Emma , he must have been changed into something?
  • Erma Miss Erma , you forget what my dooty was.
  • Zelma
  • Samey
  • Samar The policy of the insular government as to the treatment of individual Filipinos had been recognized and indorsed by Americans generally, but many of the objections to the use of the troops, including the heavy expense involved, still existed and I affirm without fear of successful contradiction that had it been possible to place in Samar and Leyte a number of constabulary soldiers equal to that of the scouts and American troops actually employed, disorder would have been terminated much more quickly and at very greatly less cost.
  • seams
  • sees
  • SEGA
  • seems

17 words made from the letters SEEMA