Synonyms for seedling

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SEEDLING

His hand had planted the seedling, and now—already the wilderness was beyond all control.

It is a seedling of Concord out of the same lot of seedlings as Moore Early.

It is a seedling of Wyoming, which it resembles in fruit and vine and surpasses in both.

The fruit resembles that of Concord, of which it is probably a seedling.

But the branch may have sprung from the stock, which no doubt was a seedling.

I used to favor Jacobs's Seedling, but they have n't done so well with me of late years.

The life of the thing is as uncertain as that of a seedling or of a human child.

Seedling cypresses are found occasionally in the deepest swamps.

The response to unilateral stimulation of the tip of the seedling.

Beers Late is a seedling of Late Crawford with which it ripens.

WORD ORIGIN

"young plant developed from seed," 1650s, from seed (n.) + diminutive suffix -ling.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SEEDLING

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nounlarge plant enclosed in bark and shedding leaves

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nounlarge plant enclosed in bark and shedding leaves
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