adjective, seem·li·er, seem·li·est.
Origin of seemly
Related formsseem·li·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for seemliness
This question of seemliness, too, must be considered carefully ere we add a single plate to any volume.The Book-Hunter at Home|P. B. M. Allan
He had had no thought for her, no care save that the seemliness of his own absorbed life might not be disturbed.A Lost Leader|E. Phillips Oppenheim
In the Middle Ages very great attention was given to seemliness in the private conduct of individuals.Folkways|William Graham Sumner
All man's seemliness and affection for the natural things of earth were absent.Henry Brocken|Walter J. de la Mare
It is assuredly not a question to which any neutral visitor can with seemliness hazard a solution.