Plant and Seed


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Plant verb – To put or set into the ground to grow.
Usage example: I'll plant the marigold seeds in the spring

Seed is a synonym for plant in activity topic. In some cases you can use "Seed" instead the word "Plant" as a verb or a noun, when it comes to topics like sow, start, put in the ground for growing. popular alternative
Nearby Words: plan, planted, planter, plantation, planting
Synonyms for Plant


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Seed verb – To put or set into the ground to grow.
Usage example: seeded grass in the backyard

Plant is a synonym for seed in activity topic. You can use "Plant" instead the word "Seed" as a verb or a noun, if it concerns topics such as start. popular alternative
Nearby Words: seeded, seeding, seedling, seedsman, seeder
Synonyms for Seed

How words are described

rare rare plant rare seed
special special plant special seed
particular particular plant particular seed
normal normal plant normal seed
Other adjectives: specific, alien, single, heavy, real, massive, big, little, tiny, new, gigantic, last, giant, red, magical, nuclear.

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / StreetPass Mii Plaza Socialization Bonus: People you've StreetPassed with multiple times have a better chance of producing a seed that might be able to grow into a rare plant.
  • Video Game / Plants vs. Zombies If you inadvertently forget to select a certain plant (such as sun-producers, flowerpots on a roof level, aquatic plants on a pool level, etc.) during seed selection, once you hit "Let's Rock", the game will ask if you're sure you want to start the level without them.
  • You can't grow these by just making seed and hoping the new plant is identical to the parent — you have to cut off a piece and force the plant to spit out new roots.
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