This champignon possesses the advantage of drying readily, and preserving its aroma for a long time.
champignon says it breaks his heart to serve up a dinner to their society.
One dines at the Gran Hotel Kast after the fashion of a champignon sous cloche.
This meaning very nearly resembles that of the French name of one kind of mushroom, champignon.
"mushroom," 1570s, from Middle French champignon (14c.), with change of suffix, from Old French champegnuel, from Vulgar Latin *campaniolus "that which grows in the field," from Late Latin campaneus "pertaining to the fields," from campania "level country" (see campaign (n.)).