What Is Their Main Difference?
These two are homophones. However, 'seam' is where two pieces of cloth are sewen, whereas, 'seem' is a linking verb that means appearing in a particular way.
'Seam' refers to where two pieces of cloth adjoin, while, 'seem' is a linking verb that means appearing in a particular way. Look at the examples below:
She angrily tore the dress from its
They are homophones. They only have similar pronunciations.
Are They Interchangeable?
We can never use them interchangeably because 'seam' is a noun and is referred to clothing, whereas, 'seem' is a linking verb. Compare:
✓ It never seemed strange to me.
X It never
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