/ (haɪˈmiːnəʊˌfɔː) /
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botany the fruiting body of some basidiomycetous fungi
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Word Origin for hymenophore
from hymenium + -phore
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How to use hymenophore in a sentence
Hymenophore continuous with the stem, veil woven into a fugacious web, which adheres to the margin of the pileus.