The seed of the cotton plant, the source of cottonseed oil.(noun)
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Use "cottonseed" in a sentence
"It's not like cottonseed is inherently disgusting."
"But as I have always inquired into the price of seed and have kept myself posted on the prices to the farmer and for that reason have been called a cottonseed booster."
""Every year, the world produces about 44 million metric tons of cottonseed, which is equivalent to 10 million tons of protein," he says."