seeder

[see-der]
noun
1.
a person or thing that seeds.
2.
any of various apparatus for sowing seeds in the ground, ranging from simple devices that deposit seed evenly over a plot of land to complex machines that prepare a hole in the earth, insert a seed or seeds at the proper depth, and cover the hole again.
3.
a plant that produces many seeds, especially one grown mainly to produce seeds for growing other plants.
4.
a device or utensil for removing seeds, as from grapefruit.
5.
a device used to scatter particles of silver iodide, carbon dioxide, etc., in clouds to induce precipitation.

Origin:
before 950; Middle English sedere, Old English sǣdere. See seed, -er1

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seeder (ˈsiːdə)
 
n
1.  a person or thing that seeds
2.  a device used to remove seeds, as from fruit, etc
3.  any of various devices for sowing grass seed or grain on the surface of the ground

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Example sentences
The original seeder only needs to send out one copy of the file for all the
  clients to receive a copy.
Although seed drills are still used, the air seeder is becoming more popular
  with farmers.
It is a vigorous growing tree and prolific seeder that establishes dense stands
  that push out natives.
Seed carefully with a seeder on a four-wheeler, an air seeder or seed with a
  hand seeder.
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