from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a cylindrical body with a convex head of larger diameter; having a head like that of a mushroom.
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The city has been taken over by the mushroom-headed 'Gray Caps' naturally I hoped for 'Grey Caps'; but you can't have everything who have risen from the depths to seize power.
He got so good he could reliably kill the mushroom-headed Myconid Spore King, thus securing a regular supply of enchanted Fungi Tunics, which dropped from its corpse.
The one and only mushroom-headed little person does have a questionable past, all things considered.
His coupling of youthful freshness, eager sluttiness, and great big mushroom-headed dick keep me looking forward to his movies.
In portable acetylene generators of the carbide-feed type, the supply is generally governed by the movements of a mushroom-headed or conical valve at the mouth of a conical carbide vessel; such movements occurring in sympathy with the alterations in level of the water in the decomposing chamber, which is essentially a small displacement holder also, or being produced by the contraction of a flexible chamber through which the gas passes on its way to the burner.
Quantification revealed that knock-down of GRASP-1 decreased the number of mushroom-headed spines (