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cot·ton·seed

 (kŏt′n-sēd′)
n.
The seed of the cotton plant, the source of cottonseed oil.

cottonseed

(ˈkɒtənˌsiːd)
n, pl -seeds or -seed
(Agriculture) the seed of the cotton plant: a source of oil and fodder

cot•ton•seed

(ˈkɒt nˌsid)

n., pl. -seeds, (esp. collectively) -seed.
the seed of the cotton plant, yielding an oil.
[1785–95]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cottonseed - seed of cotton plants; source of cottonseed oil
cottonseed oil - edible oil pressed from cottonseeds
oil-rich seed, oilseed - any of several seeds that yield oil
cotton plant, cotton - erect bushy mallow plant or small tree bearing bolls containing seeds with many long hairy fibers
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In a perfect--yet admittedly inconceivable--post-petroleum world, wouldn't it be nice if we could create high quality consumable packaging materials from waste products using a wide variety of organic, renewable, seemingly useless agricultural junk from anywhere around the world, like rice husks or cottonseed hulls, and by applying little or no energy to them, rely on nature to "grow" these products for us instead?
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