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- adj. Not having seeds or not having noticeable seeds.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Without seed or seeds.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no seeds: as, a seedless orange.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking seeds
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Best of all varieties called seedless, but the large staminate tree nearby spoils that feature.
One Georgia grower got a flurry of comments that his so-called seedless watermelons had seeds.
In their public discussion, Dr. Poirier said the new rules are flawed because decades of traditional plant breeding had led to widely available sterile fruit, such as seedless grapes.
As a result we now have huge tracts of these litter-free or 'seedless' landscapes in our cities.
The drier "seedless" oranges are better peeled and separated.
Terminator seeds Seeds that produce fruit that does not, in turn, produce seeds (such as "seedless" watermelons).
Where can I find "seedless" pomegranates in Boston?
A few years ago, I was introduced to so-called "seedless" pomegranates, which have much softer seeds that can be swallowed easily, as well as a sweeter taste.
Countering the low-grade imported weed from Mexico, Jamaica and Colombia (a. k.a schwag), home growers converted to sinsemilla (seedless female plants), increasing potency from 2% THC to anywhere from 10% to 25% levels.
Barnabas stuffed a handful of seedless grapes in his mouth and muttered almost incomprehensibly, “These guys are the best!”
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