seeded

[ UK /sˈiːdɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈsidɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (of the more skilled contestants) selectively arranged in the draw for position in a tournament so that they meet each other in later rounds
  2. having or supplied with seeds
    a seeded breadfruit
    seeded rolls
  3. having the seeds extracted
    seeded raisins
  4. having seeds as specified
    many-seeded
    black-seeded
  5. sprinkled with seed
    a seeded lawn
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How To Use seeded In A Sentence

  • In Mexico this month, although seeded two, she lost to Carla who is ranked ten places below her.
  • The field has now been re-seeded and is greening over nicely in the recent warm spell.
  • When used as a winter cover crop or a green manure crop, it should be seeded in early September.
  • The 5th-seeded Browne crushed the defending champion.
  • The radishes, beets, turnips, carrots and other root vegetables grown at the Student Organic Farm are direct seeded.
  • After the house was demolished in the Seventies for new housing, the remaining grounds ran wild until all that was left of the original wood was self-seeded sycamore trees and dead elms.
  • What this did was massively penalize the Netherlands, bumping it out of the seeded teams and making it one of the sides nobody wanted to face.
  • The garnish is a banana leaf holding an anise-flavored blend of tomatillo-seeded sauce.
  • Soil can be seeded within monoculture grass, or trees can be planted widely apart so that they do not become roosts for mynas and starlings.
  • He crept up the singles draw, away from limelight focussed on the seeded players, till the final when he became an object of curiosity.
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