Definition of shroom in English:

shroom

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noun

informal , chiefly US
A mushroom, especially one with hallucinogenic properties.
More example sentences
  • Chris praised himself lucky that the shrooms had not taken him to unreturnable heights, that at least this would be a good night of rest.
  • You can buy hot dogs, Greek food, beer, pot, or shrooms from vendors.

Origin

1970s: shortening of mushroom.

Derivatives

shroomer

noun
More example sentences
  • Experienced shroomers often cite the Ecuadorian strain as being the most visual Ps. cubensis available.
  • One of the largest harvests here amongst our family of shroomers was gathered from the edge of a railroad bed.
  • I have loggers, hunters, and shroomers about keeping an eye peeled for me, on top of hiking hours each day myself.

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