seeming (n.)
appearance, look, aspect
Cym I.vii.171[Iachimo to Innogen, of Posthumus] He hath a kind of honour sets him off, / More than a mortal seeming [i.e. making him seem more than human]
Cym III.iv.55[Innogen as if to Posthumus] All good seeming ... shall be thought / Put on for villainy
Cym V.v.65[Cymbeline to all, of the Queen] my heart / That thought her like her seeming
Oth I.iii.109[Duke to Brabantio, of the arguments against Othello] these thin habits and poor likelihoods / Of modern seeming [F; Q seemings]
Sonn.102.1[] My love is strengthened, though more weak in seeming
TNK IV.ii.117[Messenger to Theseus, of one of the knights] seeming / As great as any
TNK IV.ii.76[Messenger to Theseus, of one of Arcite's knights] He ... by his seeming / Should be a stout man
WT IV.iv.649[Camillo to Perdita] disliken / The truth of your own seeming
WT IV.iv.75[Perdita to disguised Polixenes and Camillo, of the flowers] these keep / Seeming and savour all the winter long
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