[ fŭng′gāt′ ]
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To grow rapidly like a fungus.
Having the form of or resembling a fungus.
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The primary growth may remain so small that its presence is not even suspected, or it may increase in size, ulcerate, and fungate.Manual of Surgery|Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
The gum almost buries the teeth, and large polypoid masses form which tend to fungate.