one-seed


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Adj.1.one-seed - having a single seed
seedy - full of seeds; "as seedy as a fig"
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The Butler Bulldogs shocked many basketball fans by returning to the Final Four by beating number one-seed Pittsburgh and number two-seed Florida.
Van Ommeren and Whitham monitored the mistletoe in patches of arid woodland dominated by pinon pine and one-seed juniper, or Juniperus monosperma, north of Flagstaff.
floridum produced 71% one-seeded, 23% two-seeded, 4% three-seeded, 1% four-seeded and 0.5% five-seeded fruits.