|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Seem.
2. (a.) Having a semblance, whether with or without reality; apparent; specious; befitting; as, seeming friendship; seeming truth.
3. (n.) Appearance; show; semblance; fair appearance; speciousness.
4. (n.) Apprehension; judgment.
Seeming (4 Occurrences)
Mark 14:45 So he came, and going straight to Jesus he said, "Rabbi!" and kissed Him with seeming affection; (WEY)
Romans 1:22 Seeming to be wise, they were in fact foolish, (BBE)
2 Corinthians 5:12 We are not again requesting your approval, but we are giving you the chance of taking pride in us, so that you may be able to give an answer to those whose glory is in seeming, and not in the heart. (BBE)
James 3:17 But the wisdom which is from heaven is first holy, then gentle, readily giving way in argument, full of peace and mercy and good works, not doubting, not seeming other than it is. (BBE)