Kids and Seed

Kids

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Seed and kids are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Seed" instead a noun "Kids".

Seed

Seed noun - The source from which something grows or develops.

Kids and seed are semantically related. You can use "Kids" instead a noun "Seed". informal substitute

Nearby Words: seeded, seeding, seedling, seedsman, seeder

Both words in one sentence

  • Horny Devils See, Old Scratch wants kids but can't produce human seed, so he becomes a succubus, receives some sperm from a guy, turns into an incubus, and passes it on to a woman.
    Source: Horny Devils
  • Author Avatar This became the seed of the new major storyline in the MitDoP strips: an interloper was indeed messing with the dimension, turning it first more human and then even further towards something like an animated kids' show.
    Source: Author Avatar
  • The minimum age for taking the SeeD field exam is 15, which many of the younger kids, heroes or deadly assassins in their own canons, are not impressed with.
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Seed and Kids. (2016). Retrieved 2022, August 18, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/kids/seed
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