Etymology
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seeded (adj.)

1590s, "sown with seed," past-participle adjective from seed (v.). Also "bearing seed," hence "matured, fully grown" c. 1600. Of fruits, "having the seeds removed," by 1921. By 1922 in the sports sense (originally tennis). 

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Definitions of seeded

seeded (adj.)
(of the more skilled contestants) selectively arranged in the draw for position in a tournament so that they meet each other in later rounds;
seeded (adj.)
having the seeds extracted;
seeded raisins
seeded (adj.)
having seeds as specified;
many-seeded
black-seeded
seeded (adj.)
having or supplied with seeds;
seeded rolls
a seeded breadfruit
seeded (adj.)
sprinkled with seed;
a seeded lawn
Synonyms: sown
From wordnet.princeton.edu