Definition of fungous in English:

fungous

Syllabification: fun·gous
Pronunciation: /ˈfəNGɡəs
 
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adjective

Resembling, caused by, or having the nature of a fungus.
More example sentences
  • Although less harmful to plants, sulfur is also less effective against many fungous diseases than Bordeaux, the universal fungicide which, unfortunately, tends to burn the foliage under certain environmental conditions.
  • Any of several fungous or viral diseases are characterized by yellow spotting on the leaves
  • Topical treatment of a fungous infection of the skin and nail is with miconazole nitrate cream.

Origin

late Middle English: from Latin fungosus, from fungus (see fungus).

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