Definition of unseeded in English:

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unseeded

Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsiːdɪd/

adjective

1(Of a competitor or team in a sports tournament) not seeded.
Example sentences
  • 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.
Example sentences
  • 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.

Words that rhyme with unseeded

reeded, unheeded, unimpeded, unneeded

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