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Definitions of seam:

part of speech: verb transitive

To unite by a seam: to sew: to make a seam in.

part of speech: noun

Tallow; grease; fat.

part of speech: noun

The uniting or joining together of two pieces of cloth by sewing or stitching them with thread; the line where this junction is made; the line or space between planks when placed or fastened together; a vein or stratum of an ore, or of coal, & c.; in geol., a thin layer between thicker strata.

part of speech: verb

To unite by sewing with thread.

part of speech: noun

The line formed by the sewing of two pieces of material together; line of junction or union; narrow vein between two thicker layers of earth, etc.; as, a seam of coal; a scar.

part of speech: noun

A measure or quantity, as of corn, or of glass.

part of speech: verb transitive

To form a junction or union upon or of; join or sew together, as a garment; scar; line.

part of speech: noun

That which is sewed: the line formed by the sewing together of two pieces: a line of union: a vein or stratum of metal, ore, coal, etc.: ( geol.) a thin layer between thicker strata.

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