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seductress a woman who seduces, esp. sexually.
sedulous steady and persistent in an action or duty; diligent.
sedum any of numerous fleshy perennial plants that often grow on walls and rocks and that bear white, yellow, or pink flowers.
see1 to perceive or observe with one's eyes. [16 definitions]
see2 the official seat of authority of a bishop.
see about inquire about or deal with (some matter). [2 definitions]
Seebeck effect a method of producing an electric current in a circuit with sections made of unlike materials that are caused to have different temperatures. [2 definitions]
seed the small part of a flowering plant that is capable of growing into a new plant. [9 definitions]
seedbed a plot of land prepared for planting seeds. [2 definitions]
seedcase any fruit containing seeds, esp. a dry, hollow one; seed vessel.
seeder a person or machine that plants or scatters seeds. [2 definitions]
seed fern a fernlike Paleozoic plant, now extinct, that bore naked seeds upon its leaves.
seed leaf see "cotyledon."
seedless combined form of seed.
seedling a tree or plant grown from a seed. [2 definitions]
seed money money required or provided to begin a new project.
seed oyster a very young oyster, esp. one used in transplanting an oyster bed.
seed pearl a very small, often imperfect pearl, weighing less than one quarter of a gram.
seed plant any plant that bears seeds; spermatophyte.
seedpod the seed vessel of certain plants such as legumes, which, when mature, splits open.
seedsman a man who sows seeds. [2 definitions]