Ah, sorry - I assumed you'd got that bit. It's from cricket - the ball has a thick stitched seam running right around it, and a 'seam' bowler is one who can make the ball bounce off the pitch awkwardly around the batsman's feet, by making the ball land directly on its seam, ie he's delivered a 'seamer'. How's that?
Hi Ged, thanks for explaining that, You learn something new every day !
Anyway how about this one, it's the last word I'm not sure on in the Sunday Times Jumbo.
Mostly pale and tense(4) -a-t
Want or taut, feel brainless, can you help?