a usually small hard object produced by most plants, from which a new plant of the same kind can grow, and which is used for planting
a seeded player in a competition
everyone who is descended from a particular person, especially considered as forming a particular race
produce seed when full grown; let seed fall
sow with seed
remove seed from
separate those players well tested and known to be stronger from the weaker players in order to have good matches later in a tournament
"The dandelions went to seed"
"She sowed sunflower seeds"
We plough the fields and scatter The good seed on the land.
出自： J. M. Campbell
Thirty-three grain drills..seeding the ten thousand acres of the great ranch.
出自： F. Norris
A..hole in the ground, already seeded with the first quick-growing grasses.
出自： R. Frame
析 good seed常引申指“福音”。