As soon as everyone was ready, Jimmy Rabbit climbed on top of a toadstool and made a speech.
The one that made a bad spring was obliged to take his stand upon a toadstool.
He found himself in one of the toadstool forests with which he was familiar, and finally paused, disconsolately.
She had nearly fallen off the tree as he pulled up the toadstool.
They hang around on the bark here as spiritless as a toadstool.
Pookapyle, also called Pookaun; a sort of large fungus, the toadstool.
Bob had seen a line drawn from the top of a toadstool extending to the right.
She's the image of a toadstool, with her khaki complexion and lank hair.
Well—when men speak overquick and overfair, what is that but the toadstool that springs from their breath?
But the conquest of the toadstool was harder than she expected.
late 14c., apparently just what it looks like: a fanciful name from Middle English tadde "toad" (see toad) + stole "stool" (see stool). Toads themselves were regarded as highly poisonous, and this word is popularly restricted to inedible or poisonous fungi, as opposed to mushrooms (e.g. toad-cheese, a poisonous fungi).