seedsman

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From seed +‎ -s- +‎ -man.

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seedsman (plural seedsmen)

  1. One who sows seeds.
  2. A dealer in seed.
    • 1861, Charles Dickens, Great Expectations:
      Mr. Pumblechook's premises in the High-street of the market town, were of a peppercorny and farinaceous character, as the premises of a corn-chandler and seedsman should be.

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