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My 2-year-old, Winter’s, worst conduct thus far has been mistaking Avalon, her 1-year-old sister, for a toadstool.
During the day, the costumed ensemble hangs around an assortment of toadstool houses in the performance area—a nightmarish fusion of Gaudi and Disney—where visitors snap crouching selfies.
The misinformation that sprouts like toadstools on its pages isn’t even the whole of the problem.
The demand was so great that would-be Trump-whisperers were popping up in Washington like toadstools after a rainstorm.
His last name has been translated as toadstool, bitchy and pagan, but there is no denying the significance of the museum’s religious treasures.
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TOADSTOOL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of toadstool for English Language Learners
: a kind of fungus that is similar to a mushroom, that consists of a round cap on a short stem, and that is often poisonous
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