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Seam v Seem

Don't say that: 

It seamed obvious
or
There was a visible seem in the sewing

Do say this: 

It seemed obvious
or
There was a visible seam in the sewing

Why?: 

"seem" means "appeared"

"seam" means a join or, in the context of mining, a line of the material that miners are looking for e.g. a seam of coal.

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