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Definitions of seed:

part of speech: noun

The thing sown: the substance produced by plants and animals from which new plants and animals are generated: first principle: original: descendants.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To go to seed.

part of speech: verb transitive

To sprinkle with seed, as a lawn; sow; to remove the seeds from, as raisins.

part of speech: noun

See Semen.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To produce seed.

part of speech: verb

To grow to maturity and produce seed; to shed seed.

part of speech: noun

That part of a plant, the ovule, that holds the embryo, or life- containing germ, of the future plant; any small, seedlike fruit; source; that from which anything springs; offspring; descendants.

part of speech: noun

Seeder.

part of speech: noun

That part of a plant which contains the rudiment or embryo of the future plant; that peculiar secretion in animals by which the ova is vitalised; that from which anything springs; offspring; descendants; race; very much used in composition as an adjective.

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