seedpod

[ US /ˈsidˌpɑd/ ]
NOUN
  1. a several-seeded dehiscent fruit as e.g. of a leguminous plant
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How To Use seedpod In A Sentence

  • Across his shoulders and around his neck is a protective nubbly covering, possibly derived from a seedpod found on the forest floor.
  • Watch for fully mature, dry seedpods and collect them before they shatter.
  • Late in the season, just as the seedpods begin to split, open a pod and gather the seeds.
  • Even the seedpods, which are so often used in dried flower arrangements, suggest an otherworldly sense of exotic enchantment.
  • The narrative begins with two women trying to recolonize the ice after arriving in a pod symbolic of a male seedpod. Kiša Lala: Mythographers: Recalling The Future, Foretelling The Past
  • The poppies have their adorable seedpod heads, the verbena bonariensis and malva zebrina are blooming. Swiss Chard « Fairegarden
  • The annatto tree is quite pretty, with big green leaves and bright red, prickly seedpods.
  • Your aim is to allow the rosellas to simmer away gently, so that the flesh separates from the green seedpods without splitting the pods open and releasing the tiny white seeds inside.
  • To make the seedpods, I rolled out a cone and indented it to show where the inner seed capsules had dried and shrunk in on themselves. then I added a disk at the top, incised with lines to look like the real seedpod, and poked holes underneath to show where the pod opens when the seeds are ripe. Kater’s Art » Blog Archive » Poppy Seedpods and Buds
  • We can't see the laws upon which nature is built, from the intricate form of a seedpod to the periodicities of the planets and stars. Robert Lanza, M.D.: Why Does Life Exist?
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