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Synonyms for seam

joint

bursting at the seams

fall apart at the seams

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Synonyms for seam

a point or position at which two or more things are joined

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joint consisting of a line formed by joining two pieces

a stratum of ore or coal thick enough to be mined with profit

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put together with a seam

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The January show is still bulging at the seams and the waiting list is still long, but the consolidation at retail has continued to the point that the show's density factor is alarmingly low.
The motorways have been filled with cars bulging at the seams with clothes, posters, CDs, vitamins, food, musical instruments, televisions, facial lotions, gels and sentimental memorabilia.
At the moment, I have a cardboard file bulging at the seams with papers to prove who I am, where I am and what I am along with all four other members of my family.
Fittingly, the Theatre of Dreams was bulging at the seams with a 65,500 crowd providing the perfect backdrop for the emotional swansong.
He added: ``The school is bulging at the seams and much of the accommodation is a disgrace.
Now we have the ludicrous situation of totally superfluous payments being made, in theory to ensure adequate fields for races bulging at the seams.
And the ultimate danger in that is that patients refused a doctors' appointment will then turn to an accident and emergency department which is already bulging at the seams.
And the Ambassador Hotel took the full brunt of the party faithful, absolutely bulging at the seams.
Our schools are bulging at the seams,'' said Mel Roop, assistant superintendent for facilities for the Simi Valley Unified School District.
Credit unions in the United States are stronger than they've ever been, with capital near 10 percent, delinquency levels at all-time lows and their insurance fund bulging at the seams," Crear said.
What locals overlook: the Harvard Museum of Natural History in Cambridge resembles a collection of aristocrats and explorers, bulging at the seams in this authentic, original museum.
The Huddersfield squad is, in fact, bulging at the seams, with seven British players currently either on loan or playing on a dual registration with Championship clubs.
SUMMER is here - and your things-to-do-before-autumn list should be bulging at the seams by now.
The England touring party is bulging at the seams with support staff, almost as many as the group of players.