"I cannot doubt it, dear agaric," answered the monk of Conils.
Still, agaric was in a position to carry on a formidable conspiracy.
Care should be taken that the spice is not added so abundantly as to overpower the true flavour of the agaric.
In one place he would behold masterly reproduced ruins, with agaric and cactus monsters planted amongst them.
An excellent white agaric occurs on ant nests in the Neilgherries, and a curious species is found in a similar position in Ceylon.
Against the walls of the houses the agaric shaped like a horse's hoof (Boletus igniarius) was hung up to serve as a pin-cushion.
During the evening agaric had a decisive interview with three of the prince's oldest councillors.
agaric, ag′ar-ik, n. a family of fungi, including the mushroom.
agaric first congratulated the pious distiller on the restored activity of his laboratories and workshops.
This agaric exhales an agreeable odour, combined apparently of the scent of the vanilla and the truffle.
agaric ag·a·ric (āg'ər-ĭk, ə-gār'ĭk)
Any of various mushrooms of the genera Agaricus, Fomes, or related genera, having large umbrellalike caps with numerous gills beneath.
The dried fruiting body of certain fungi of the genus Fomes, formerly used to inhibit the production of sweat.