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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

The dry fruit containing ripened ovules.

Usage examples (26)
  • This the tiniest tip of last year's seedhead of grass.
  • The flower (inflorescence) and seedhead are very large: up to
  • And the seedhead is certainly stellar and cheerful because of it.
  • Even the number of rows of grains on the seedhead (spike) can be unique. for more
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