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- n. Either of two edible mushrooms of the genus Lepista (or Tricholoma)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. an edible agaric (Tricholoma personatum) that is pale lilac when young.
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Dressed in Wellington boots and a waxed jacket, Mike Robinson, proprietor of the Harwood Arms pub in London and Pot Kiln pub near Newbury, Berkshire, England, whacks some freshly killed fallow deer onto a home-made barbeque, pulls out some chanterelle and wood-blewit mushrooms plucked from the forests that morning, and throws them into another pan with some rich-yoked duck eggs.
Chanterelles, wood-blewit mushrooms, English summer truffles and duck eggs to be prepared in an omlet.
Instead we blewit all with lies and bravado by a ouple of cowards whose friends and families stood to gain enormously from war.
Supposedly, Huey Long, the governor of LA, could have been saved had he been operated upon by a sharp young surgeon rather than the old chairman of the department who undertook it and blewit.
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