What is another word for seed?

614 synonyms found


[ s_ˈiː_d], [ sˈiːd], [ sˈiːd]

Synonyms for Seed:

beginning (noun) eastern poison oak (noun) ethnic group (noun) gem (noun) nut (noun) particle (noun) seed (noun) eastern poison oak Other synonyms: sow

Related words for Seed:


Rhymes for Seed:

  1. precede, plead, breed, cede, bleed, impede, greed, heed, speed, reed, fried, swede, misdeed, proceed, read, succeed, supersede, stampede, tweed, bead, keyed, creed, mead, indeed, reid, deed, knead, lipide, misread, weed, freed, bede, mislead, recede, feed, lead, meade, secede, need;
  2. concede, exceed, agreed, accede, elide, decreed;
  3. intercede, guaranteed, disagreed;

Quotes for Seed:

  1. You cannot hold on to anything good. You must be continually giving- and getting. You cannot hold on to your seed You must sow it- and reap anew. You cannot hold on to riches. You must use them and get other riches in return. Robert Collier.
  2. Let us search into the records of Holy Writ, if out of this their great charter, there be not a seal grant of a lesser, though like privilege, and this by virtue of Christ, in that we have the honour to be accounted Abraham's seed as truly as they. Thomas Goodwin.
  3. I was a savage for so many years of my life. There was some seed of determination in me that I was not conscious of. I was mostly consciously getting into trouble and drunk. Daniel Day Lewis.

Idioms of Seed:

  1. go/ run to seed
  2. plant a seed
  3. seed money;

Adjectives for Seed:

  • heavenly,
  • global,
  • masculine,
  • liberal,
  • evil,
  • native,
  • uncut,
  • miscellaneous,
  • healthy,
  • unique,
  • multitudinous,
  • scarlet,
  • hardy,
  • fine,
  • caraway.