meseems

me·seems

 (mē-sēmz′)
intr.v. Past tense me·seemed Archaic
It seems to me.

[Middle English me semeth : me, to me; see me + semeth, third person sing. present tense of semen, to seem; see seem.]

meseems

(mɪˈsiːmz)
vb, past meseemed
(tr; takes a clause as object) archaic it seems to me

me•seems

(miˈsimz)

v. impers.; pt. me•seemed. Archaic.
it seems to me.
[1350–1400; Middle English me semeth]
Translations
References in classic literature ?
"Meseems I have heard of this same Robin Hood, and his men, and also seen somewhat of their prowess.
no image of felicity From out such twice changed days my heart could gain For still on pain I thought, and still on pain But grief meseems is like eternity....
"It is an irksome thing, meseems, to tell again a plain-told
Then Sidney offers his own personal response to the parable: Truly, for myself, meseems I see before my eyes the lost child's disdainful prodigality, turned to envy a swine's dinner: which by the learned divines are thought not historical acts, but instructing parables.
(b) The short 's' sound is preceded and succeeded by the same long vowel sound Long A staysail Long E reseat, thecae, faeces, meseems, resieze Long I dicyanide Long O virtuoso
Meseems It passes mind of man to picture well His second sojourn in that land; yet gleams There might be thence, if one had heart to tell." (st.