Crossword clues for seeme
- Words near an "F," maybe
- Unwelcome message from a boss, perhaps
- Unsettling request
- Terse summons about an exam grade
- Terse request in a note
- Teachers request
- Teacher's note that makes one go [gulp]
- Teacher's note accompanying a bad grade, maybe
- Teacher's "We need to talk"
- Supervisor's request
- Summons on an essay
- Summons from a teacher
- Summons at work
- Scary words on a test
- Scary words from the boss
- Rubber Soul's "You Won't ___"
- Request from the boss
- Request for a face-to-face
- Question from someone waving across a crowded room
- Plea from Tommy
- One-on-one request
- One of Tommy's requests to The Who?
- One of Tommy's requests in "The Who's Tommy"
- Ominous words written by the teacher on a student's test paper: 2 wds
- Ominous words from the teacher
- Ominous words from the boss
- Ominous request on a graded paper
- Ominous request from a teacher
- Ominous note from a teacher
- Ominous memo from the boss
- Note to a slacker
- Note that means "we need to talk"
- Note on a bad test paper
- Note next to an F?
- Note next to an F, perhaps
- Note from the teacher
- Note from a teacher
- Note below F, perhaps?
- Note below an F?
- Note below an F, maybe
- Note after F?
- Note above an F?
- Message from a teacher
- Message from a supervisor
- Memo from the boss
- Meeting request
- Intercom words from the boss
- F note?
- Exhibitionist Roxette song
- Essence of West's invitation
- Dreaded words on top of a returned test
- Dreaded note on a test
- Dread-inducing summons
- Curt summons from one's boss
- Curt request from the boss
- Concerned teacher's note
- Boss's nervousness-inducing note
- Boss's "We need to talk"
- Angry instructor's note
- "You Won't ___" (Anne Murray song)
- "Why don't you come up and ___ sometime?"
- "Now you ___, now you ..."
- "Let's talk" note
- "If They Could --- Now"
- "Come up and --- sometime..."
- "... come up and ___ sometime"
- ''If you could _____ now!''
- ''If they could __ now . . .''
- ''Come up and ___ sometime''
- "If you could _____ now!"
- The Beatles' "You Won't ___"
- Part of a "Tommy" tune
- Brief summons from a boss
- Terse summons from the boss
- "If You Could ___ Now"
- "If they could ___ now вЂ¦"
- Teacher's summons
- Summons from the boss
- Terse note from a boss
- Request on a memo from the boss
- Teacher's note on a test
- Words written on some test papers
- Request to meet in person
- Curt summons from the boss
- Request for face time
- Terse note from the boss
- Teacher's note on a failing test
- Boss's directive
- "Come up and ___ sometime"
- "If only you could ___ now"
- Dreaded message on a returned 32-Down
- Note accompanying an F, maybe
- "F" accompanier, perhaps
- Message sometimes written below "F"
- Dreaded classroom note
- Words written by a teacher on a failed test, perhaps
- Repeated lyric in the Who's "Tommy"
- Dreaded comment on a returned exam
- "If My Friends Could ___ Now"
- "If My Friends Could ___ Now," 1966 song
- Part of a Mae West line
- Two of Mae's words
- Note from the boss
- Teacher's request
- Message from the boss
- Ominous note from the boss
- Often ominous message
- Scary words on a school paper
- Boss's terse note
- Beatles tune, ''You Won't ___''
- Teacher's ominous note in red pen
- Teacher's note to a student
- Note next to a red F, maybe
- Beatles "You Won't ___"
- "___, feel me, touch me, heal me"
- "___ after class"
- Words students fear
- Words below a bad grade, perhaps
- Terse meeting request
- Teacher's note next to an F
- Teacher's directive
- Summons from a supervisor
- Message from the teacher
- Memo from upstairs
- End of a Beatles tune title
- Brief summons
- Boss's terse summons
- Boss's request
- Boss's order
- Boss' summons
- Boss' scary order
- "You Won't ___" (The Beatles)
- "We need to talk"
- "If they could ___ now!": 2 wds
- "If they could ___ now ..."
- "___, Feel Me"
- Words next to a bad grade, perhaps
vb. (obsolete spelling of seem English)
Usage examples of "seeme".
Laud, should by his Councells be ye authoure of very great troubles to ye Kingdome, by which it should be reduced to ye extremity of disorder and confusion, and that it should seeme to be past all hope of recovery without a miracle, but when all people were in dispayre of seeing happy days agayne, ye Kingdome should suddenly be reduced and resettled agayne in a most happy condition.
Then a green reed inspired by divine inspiration, with a gratious tune and melody gan say, O Psyches I pray thee not to trouble or pollute my water by the death of thee, and yet beware that thou goe not towards the terrible sheepe of this coast, untill such time as the heat of the sunne be past, for when the sunne is in his force, then seeme they most dreadfull and furious, with their sharpe hornes, their stony foreheads and their gaping throats, wherewith they arme themselves to the destruction of mankinde.
After this we came to a faire Citie very populous, where our shepheards determined to continue, by reason that it seemed a place where they might live unknowne, far from such as should pursue them, and because it was a countrey very plentifull of corne and other victuals, where when we had remained the space of three dayes, and that I poore Asse and the other horses were fed and kept in the stable to the intent we might seeme more saleable, we were brought out at length to the market, and by and by a crier sounded with his horne to notifie that we were to be sold : all my companion horses were bought up by Gentlemen, but as for me I stood still forsaken of all men.
And then if any accord not to her filthy desire, or if they seeme loathsome in her eye, by and by in the moment of an houre she turneth them into stones, sheep or some other beast, as her selfe pleaseth, and some she presently slayeth and murthereth, of whom I would you should earnestly beware.
But Cupid followed her downe, and lighted upon the top of a Cypresse tree, and angerly spake unto her in this manner : O simple Psyches, consider with thy selfe how I, little regarding the commandement of my mother (who willed mee that thou shouldst bee married to a man of base and miserable condition) did come my selfe from heaven to love thee, and wounded myne owne body with my proper weapons, to have thee to my Spowse : And did I seeme a beast unto thee, that thou shouldst go about to cut off my head with a razor, who loved thee so well?
And sooth it seemes they say: for he may notFor euer die, and euer buried beeIn balefull night, where all things are forgot.
As he that striues to stop a suddein flood,And in strong banckes his violence enclose,Forceth it swell aboue his wonted mood,And largely ouerflow the fruitfull plaine,That all the countrey seemes to be a Maine,And the rich furrowes flote, all quite fordonne:The wofull husbandman doth lowd complaine,To see his whole yeares labour lost so soone,For which to God he made so many an idle boone.
Her faconde* eke full womanly and plain, *speech No counterfeited termes hadde she To seeme wise.
WHat man so wise, what earthly wit so ware,As to descry the crafty cunning traine,By which deceipt doth maske in visour faire,And cast her colours dyed deepe in graine,To seeme like Truth, whose shape she well can faine,And fitting gestures to her purpose frame.
Sir Knight it seemes to me,That thorough euill rest of this last night,Or ill apayd, or much dismayd ye be,That by your change of cheare is easie for to see.
Neither let us declare her good fortune to our father, nor to any other, since as they seeme not happy whose riches are unknowne : so shall she know that she hath sisters no Abjects, but worthier than she.
There is continuall spring, and haruest thereContinuall, both meeting at one time:For both the boughes doe laughing blossomes beare,And with fresh colours decke the wanton Prime,And eke attonce the heauy trees they clime,Which seeme to labour vnder their fruits lode:The whiles the ioyous birdes make their pastimeEmongst the shadie leaues, their sweet abode,And their true loues without suspition tell abrode.
Hee aggravates the business as much as hee can to the prejudice of my Master to value his owne service the more, and they seeme here to wonder that the King my Master should have imployed or countenanced a man that had so base a design against the King's Person, I had a great deal of discourse with Monsieur about it, but I did positively say that he had noe relation to my knowledge to the King my Master, and if he should have I make a question or noe whither in this case the King will owne him.