verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Origin of seam
OTHER WORDS FROM seamseamer, nounun·der·seam, noun
Example sentences from the Web for seam
This past weekend saw two would-be blockbusters bursting at the seams with stars crash and burn at the box office.Why ‘Boarding’ Is Ruining Movies: Padding Blockbusters With A-List Cameos|Marlow Stern|August 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I binged on America, I stuffed myself so full of America I was bursting at the seams with America.Men Without a Country: Mike Brown, Trayvon Martin, My Father and Me|Arthur Chu|August 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But that theme of peace fell apart at the seams as night fell.'What You Gonna Do, Kill Us All?' Protesters Ask Ferguson Police|Justin Glawe|August 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It was just the city was sort of bursting at the seams with creativity.
The book discloses that occasionally, weights are sewn into the seams of dresses to avoid potential embarrassment.
I arose, and felt with my fingers for the seams or cracks of the aperture.The Works of Edgar Allan Poe|Edgar Allan Poe
Skirts of thin material having ruffles around the bottom should be hung upside down by loops sewed under the ruffles at the seams.Textiles and Clothing|Kate Heintz Watson
This new attitude was loose in the back, tight across the shoulders, short in the seams—it was not made to fit Bertram Chester.The Readjustment|Will Irwin
The colour was buff, and there were seams of coal and lignite in places.A Canyon Voyage|Frederick S. Dellenbaugh
Tell me every spot in the country, except for the plains states here, is busting at the seams.This Crowded Earth|Robert Bloch
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Idioms and Phrases with seam
see burst at the seams; come apart at the seams.