Definition of unseeded in English:

unseeded

Line breaks: un|seed¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsiːdɪd
 
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adjective

1(Of a competitor or team in a sports tournament) not seeded.
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  • Still, she stunned everyone on her way to becoming an unseeded finalist at the United States Open.
  • Paphitis said: ‘It's a great draw, but they are probably the hardest unseeded team in our group.’
  • For example, the preceding leg of the circuit in Mumbai saw two unseeded finalists.
2(Of a grape) not having seeds.
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  • Seeded grapes are not as appealing as unseeded grapes.
  • Try to use grapes that are seedless or which have very small seeds. I've managed to purchase both seeded and unseeded varieties.

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