noun, plural cham·pi·gnons [sham-pin-yuh nz or, esp. British, cham-; French shahn-pee-nyawn] /ʃæmˈpɪn yənz or, esp. British, tʃæm-; French ʃɑ̃ piˈnyɔ̃/.
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This champignon possesses the advantage of drying readily, and preserving its aroma for a long time.Fungi: Their Nature and Uses|Mordecai Cubitt Cooke
Champignon says it breaks his heart to serve up a dinner to their society.The History of Pendennis|William Makepeace Thackeray
One dines at the Gran Hotel Kast after the fashion of a champignon sous cloche.The Unspeakable Perk|Samuel Hopkins Adams
This meaning very nearly resembles that of the French name of one kind of mushroom, champignon.