Gastromycetes is from two Greek words: gaster, stomach; mycetes, fungus.
The Thurgovians followed them; and next the people of gaster.
The first big coup after my arrival, as the result of her genius, was in the affair of Mrs. gaster's maid.
And a similar origin for gaster's text is now thought far from unlikely.
Suppose Mrs. gaster asks for further information about Mayor Higginbotham?
Henriette had been to a bridge afternoon at Mrs. gaster's and upon her return manifested an extraordinary degree of excitement.
It took me a week to get at the iron-master; but finally, thanks to Mrs. gaster's letter of introduction, I succeeded.
But among them was a gaster who was calmer than the swearer, and more prudent and conciliating than those he swore against.
I couldn't, madam,' she said when Mrs. gaster asked her to stay.
Insurrection borders on mind, riot on the stomach; gaster grows irritated; but gaster, assuredly, is not always in the wrong.
gaster gas·ter (gās'tər)