Synonyms of 'seam'
a ridge or line made by joining two edgesThe seam of her tunic was split from armpit to hem.
a long narrow layer of coal, marble, or ore formed between layers of other rocksThe average UK coal seam is one metre thick.
See bursting at the seams
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in the sense of furrow
a long narrow trench made in the ground by a ploughBike trails crisscrossed the grassy furrows.
in the sense of line
a thin indented mark or wrinkle on skinHe has a large, generous face with deep lines.
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