Definition of seedless in English:

seedless

adjective

  • Denoting a fruit that has no seeds.

    ‘seedless grapes’
    • ‘Take a seedless green grape and cut it almost in half, leaving the halves connected by a bit of skin.’
    • ‘Our consumption of seedless fruits and veggies is on the rise, trading flavor and fertility for convenience.’
    • ‘Good paste tomatoes are seedless, meaty, and on the dry side - qualities that also tailor them perfectly to sauces and sun-drying.’
    • ‘The very infertility of the hybrids thus propagated was cleverly used to create seedless fruits, which in and of themselves are interesting in practical pomology.’
    • ‘We also dipped and dried our own prunes and figs, made raisins from seedless grapes, and dried the walnut crop in the fall for winter storage.’
    • ‘Cloning sheep would thus resemble the mass production of seedless oranges: genetic engineering designed to increase the pleasure and value humans get from property.’
    • ‘If you like mushrooms on your pizza and red seedless grapes as a snack, you may be taking the first step to help your body ward off breast cancer.’
    • ‘The grape joins a series of top-quality red, white and black seedless grapes developed by this expert team.’
    • ‘Popcorn, dried figs, fresh cranberries, seedless grapes, or thick slices of a fresh orange can be strung into garlands and hung onto the higher boughs.’
    • ‘The fruit is seedless, bright orange in colour, less acid than other mandarins, and keeps well.’
    • ‘The crisper drawer contains two apples, a bag of black seedless grapes, and a bulb of garlic.’
    • ‘Frozen seedless grapes add a festive touch and help keep drinks cold.’
    • ‘Since bananas are seedless, they do not rely on the germination of seeds to propagate themselves.’
    • ‘Perhaps that's why seedless grapes were invented.’
    • ‘Strange notions take over your mind when you've only had four hours of sleep and so I picked up seedless grapes, a cucumber and a coconut.’
    • ‘Both are sweet, seedless fruits borne by large, vigorous trees.’
    • ‘The theory goes that early hunter-gatherers must have stumbled across rare mutant plants that produced seedless, edible fruit - the forefather of today's commercial varieties.’
    • ‘Most cultivated bananas are seedless, but the memories of seeds remain as brown specks within the flesh.’
    • ‘My salad consisted of thin slices of tender chicken and whole, seedless red and green grapes and cherry tomatoes on a bed of salad leaves.’
    • ‘Oranges are called seedless when they contain five seeds or less’

Pronunciation:

seedless

/ˈsēdləs/