A seam is a place where two things are joined together.
“The seam in my pants is ripping.”
‘Seem’ is a verb with many practical uses in English. It can give an impression or feeling of a state or a characteristic.
“It seems warmer out today than it was yesterday.”
“You always seem to be so cheerful!”
It can also be used to soften a statement of your feelings, thoughts, or actions to make them seem less forceful, for example: “I seem to remember that I asked you to take out the trash.”
Seam is an action that involves stitching a piece of fabric especially one that joins two or more pieces to make a significant clothing.
"It would be better to seam that opening on your trousers."
Seem refers to how something is perceived from an outward angle.
"It seems Dad has returned."