seeming (adj.)
apparent, convincing in appearance
1H4 IV.iii.83 [Hotspur to Blunt, of King Henry] by this face, / This seeming brow of justice
1H4 V.i.51 [Worcester to King Henry] What with ... / The seeming sufferances that you had borne
1H4 V.ii.34 [Worcester to Hotspur] There is no seeming mercy in the King [i.e. no semblance of mercy]
2H4 V.ii.29 [Gloucester to Lord Chief Justice] you borrow not that face / Of seeming sorrow
AC II.ii.214 [Enobarbus to Agrippa and Maecenas, of Cleopatra's barge] At the helm / A seeming mermaid steers
AW II.iii.5 [Lafew to Bertram and Parolles] ensconcing ourselves into seeming knowledge [i.e. into the illusion of knowledge]
MM IV.ii.148 [Provost to disguised Duke, of Barnadine's execution] We have ... showed him a seeming warrant for it
MV III.ii.100 [Bassanio to himself, of ornament] The seeming truth which cunning times put on / To entrap the wisest
MW III.ii.38 [Ford alone] I will ... pluck the borrowed veil of modesty from the so-seeming Mistress Page
RJ III.iii.112 [Friar to and of Romeo] Unseemly woman in a seeming man!
Sonn 138.11 [] O love's best habit is in seeming trust
TC I.i.41 [Troilus to Pandarus] sorrow that is couched in seeming gladness / Is like that mirth fate turns to sudden sadness
WT V.i.190 [Lord to Leontes, of Polixenes and Perdita] Whiles he was hast'ning ... meets he on the way / The father of this seeming lady

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