any edible mushroom of the genus Morchella, especially M. esculenta.
Other definitions for morel (2 of 3)
any of several nightshades, especially the black nightshade.
Other definitions for Morel (3 of 3)
Jean [zhahn], /ʒɑ̃/, 1903–75, French orchestra conductor.
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How to use morel in a sentence
We took off into the woods, confident that we’d come across a morel soon enough.
Badiee’s refined, creative dishes reflect what is fresh from the on-site farm and in season, like strawberry gazpacho and an ever-changing “foragers’ bounty” that highlighted ramps and morel mushrooms in the spring.Eight road-trip-worthy restaurants in Maryland and Virginia | Nevin Martell | June 3, 2021 | Washington Post
As for the Facebook boycott, despite its lack of impact on the firm’s bottom line, it started some important conversations among brands, said morel.Deep Dive: How media buying execs are adapting to the challenges and changes of 2020 and beyond | jim cooper | September 28, 2020 | Digiday
morel said the platform has a large enough audience to warrant interest.Deep Dive: How media buying execs are adapting to the challenges and changes of 2020 and beyond | jim cooper | September 28, 2020 | Digiday
morel is willing to have sex with Charlus for money and career advancement.
morel inflicts wound after wound, reducing Charlus to ever more abject dependency - and ever more bizarre behaviors.
For me, there's nothing better than a simply prepared morel mushroom.
morel Mushroom Toasts by Alice Waters The official mushroom of Minnesota, the morel is a particular spring prize for foragers.
There the Maid found four or five peasants from her village come to see her, and with them Jean morel, who was her kinsman.The Life of Joan of Arc, Vol. 1 and 2 (of 2) | Anatole France
morel crouched at the knees and showed his fist in an ugly, almost beast-like fashion.
"That's right, my beauty," replied morel, who was peculiarly lavish of endearments to his second son.
William gave her the sense of relief, providing her at last with someone to turn to if morel failed.
On the hob the big black saucepan was simmering, the stew-jar was in the oven, ready for morel's dinner.
British Dictionary definitions for morel
any edible saprotrophic ascomycetous fungus of the genus Morchella, in which the mushroom has a pitted cap: order Pezizales
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