- Pathology. a growth having the characteristics of a fungus.
Origin of fungoid
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Examples from the Web for fungoid
By thousands and millions, myriads of them advanced across the fungoid soil.The Forgotten Planet
Mildew, of all Fungoid diseases, is the worst we have to contend with.Roses and Rose Growing
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The same may be said of the various forms of coral or of fungoid growths.The Mechanism of Life
It is brought about through the action of a minute fungoid plant.Talks on Manures
I looked down and saw a dozen of the giant crabs lumbering up out of the fungoid jungle from the direction of the great lake.
- resembling a fungus or fungia fungoid growth
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- Of, relating to, resembling, or being a fungus.
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