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Cede vs Seed
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Cede is to yield or formally surrender to another.
Seed as a noun is the fertilized, matured ovule of a flowering plant, containing an embryo or rudimentary plant; any of a number of stronger competitors in a sports tournament who have been assigned a specified position in an ordered list with the aim of ensuring that they do not play each other in the early rounds.
Seed as a verb is (of a plant) produce or drop seeds.
Cede and seed have identical pronunciations but different meanings and spellings. They can easily get confused in your writing. Your writing errors will immediately cede to ErrNET copyediting technology!
Cede sentence examples:
When the bank robber was surrounded and realized there was no escape, he decided to cede to law enforcement.
When the company was bought out, the CEO refused to cede his position of power and control.
I think most people would agree that violent criminals should be required to cede their right to procreate.
Because of her drug conviction, she had to cede her rights as a mother to her three-year old daughter.
Under no circumstances would the street gang cede their corner to the rival gang.
Seed sentence examples:
Seed capital is usually required for any new startup venture.
The newly planted grass seed, which should have been covered with peat moss, got blown off the lawn by the strong gusts of wind last night.
No one could believe that the underdog beat the top seed tennis player in the British Open.
Proper irrigation, ventilation, and a decent layer of mulch will promote any plant to seed successfully.
I think the presentation sowed a tiny seed of doubt in his mind regarding the financial health of the company.