seedful

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seed +‎ -ful

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seedful (comparative more seedful, superlative most seedful)

  1. Full of seed, richly bearing seed.
    • (Can we date this quote?), George Henry Calvert, Cabiro
      The seedful furrows each with quickness sows.
  2. (figuratively) Rich in promise.

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