[kot-n-seed] /ˈkɒt nˌsid/
noun, plural cottonseeds (especially collectively) cottonseed.
the of the plant, yielding an oil.
noun (pl) -seeds, -seed
the seed of the cotton plant: a source of oil and fodder
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noun 1. cotton cake when pulverized. noun 1. the residue of cottonseed kernels from which oil has been extracted, used as fodder or fertilizer
noun 1. a brown-yellow, viscid oil with a nutlike odor, obtained from the seed of the cotton plant: used in the manufacture of soaps, hydrogenated fats, lubricants, and cosmetics, as a cooking and salad oil, and in medicine chiefly as a laxative. noun 1. a yellowish or dark red oil with a nutlike smell, extracted […]
noun 1. any of several large red-and-black bugs of the genus Dysdercus that puncture oranges and cotton bolls and discolor cotton fibers: a serious pest in America and India. noun 1. any of various heteropterous insects of the genus Dysdercus: serious pests of cotton, piercing and staining the cotton bolls: family Pyrrhocoridae