(third-person singular simple present reseeds, present participle reseeding, simple past and past participle reseeded)
- To sow seeds again; to resow or replant.
- When the birds ate the seeds he had planted, the farmer was forced to reseed the field.
- Of a non-perennial plant, to produce seeds to ensure the following generation without human intervention; to self-sow.
- The marigolds had reseeded themselves in the flower box, so he didn't have to buy new ones this year.
- (computing) To reset the input of an algorithm so as to ensure different results.
- The game reseeded its random number algorithm with a time-based value each time the game was restarted.
re- + seed