Origin of agaric
Words nearby agaric
How to use agaric in a sentence
From the infusion of white agaric (Polyporus officinalis) prepared with cold water.
Galen, from his own experience, recommends powdered agaric, of which he frequently gave one scruple in white wine.
Take spicierum hier, a scruple each of rhubarb, agaric lozenges, and make into pills with iris juice.
He carefully observed the habits of one, which lived under the covering of a mushroom, the Oak agaric (Agaricus quercinus).The Insect World|Louis Figuier
Many spots in the copse are brilliant with large groups of the scarlet-capped Fly Agaric (Amanita muscaria).Wood and Garden|Gertrude Jekyll