I piled a generous measure of dripping leaves and moist earth over his warted back.
The spores are salmon-color, in some cases rather pale, smooth or warted.
The cap is yellowish and warted, and specimens occur in which the stem and gills are slightly tinged with yellow.
Under the lens the warted, not reticulate, spores are diagnostic.
Resembling the brown form of C. laccata, differing in the elliptical, warted spores and glabrous pileus.
Their bodies were covered with a hairless skin, reddish pink in color, wrinkled and warted and plainly extremely thick.
Burrs or Knauers are irregular excrescences, principally woody, with gnarled and warted surfaces.
Old English wearte, from Proto-Germanic *warton- (cf. Old Norse varta, Old Frisian warte, Dutch wrat, Old High German warza, German warze "wart"), from PIE root *wer- (1) "high, raised spot on the body, or other bodily infirmity" (cf. Latin verruca "swelling, wart;" see vary). Phrase warts and all "without concealment of blemishes" is attested from 1763, supposedly from Oliver Cromwell's instruction to his portrait painter.
A hard, rough lump that grows on the skin and is caused by infection with certain viruses; it typically occurs on the hands or feet. Also called verruca, verruga.
A very large factor of multiplication; a high exponent: We feel it won't increase by warp factor five, either
[1970s+; fr the notion of warp speed, a velocity greater than the speed of light, popularized in science fiction and especially by the TV series Star Trek; it is necessary to imagine such enormous speeds in order to keep fictional cosmic travel more or less in the realm of the humanly compassable]