fungoid


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fungoid

 [fun´goid]
resembling a fungus.

fun·goid

(fŭng'goyd),
Resembling a fungus; denoting an exuberant morbid growth on the surface of the body.

fungoid

(fŭng′goid′)
adj.
Of, relating to, resembling, or being a fungus.
n.
A fungus.

fun·goid

(fŭng'goyd)
Resembling a fungus; denoting an exuberant morbid growth on the surface of the body.
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To be reminded of the 'fungoid region' of our past can be an unsettling experience when visiting an architectural monument of such grandeur as Penrhyn Castle, built in the 1820s and 30s, in its magnificent setting between the Menai Straits and Snowdonia, but there is no building which illustrates so graphically the role which slave plantation profits played in the growth of British economic power.
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My soul within the shades of night, Like a languid plant with a fungoid blight, Shone out in unearthly damp a bright white light; Pashy the ground underfoot where I trod, Musing as I passed of the nature of God, But on my reverent reveries and fruitful plod Of tear-strewn steps, like wrathful rod Fell the touch of a girl, young in years and officious Who broke at once at a touch my chain of delicious Melancholy.
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* It resembled a fungoid organism, but with additional distinctive features.
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Some pictures are about gravity and temperature, from glacial blue to verdant green, from a curdled, metallic smear to a fungoid, moldering one.
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