lampas, lam′pas, n. a material of silk and wool used in upholstery.
The dress is yellow moire antique, figured with a lampas pattern, reaching to the top.
So in the lampas the Intellectus primus is said to be separable from particular finite intelligences.
Corn on the cob is commonly used for horses affected with "lampas."
It is a quite common opinion among owners of horses and stablemen that lampas is a disease that very frequently exists.
Of these, Agaricus lampas, and some others, are found in Australia.
Burning the lampas is barbarous and injurious, and it should never be tolerated.