Definition of Erumpent. Meaning of Erumpent. Synonyms of Erumpent

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Definition of Erumpent

Erumpent
Erumpent E*rum"pent, a. [L. erumpens, -entis, p. pr. of erumpere.] (Bot.) Breaking out; -- said of certain fungi which burst through the texture of leaves.

Meaning of Erumpent from wikipedia

- in Sweden. Xenophilius Lovegood acquired an Erumpent horn that he believed was from a Snorkack. The Erumpent exploded after being hit by a stunning spell...
- Romanian Longhorn Swedish Short-Snout Ukrainian Ironbelly Dugbog Erkling Erumpent Fairy Fire Crab Flobberworm Fwooper Ghoul Glumbumble Gnome Graphorn Griffin...
- Clathrus archeri Octopus stinkhorn (Clathrus archeri) with sub-erumpent eggs Scientific cl****ification Kingdom: Fungi Division: Basidiomycota Cl****: Agaricomycetes...
- abrupt, corrupt, corruption, corruptor, disrupt, disruption, disruptive, erumpent, erupt, eruption, eruptive, interrupt, interruption, irrupt, irruption...
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- under side of leaf, dark blackish brown to black, stroma well-developed, erumpent. C. J. R. ****agun and C. L. Padilla. First record of Asperisporium caricae...
- partially erumpent and up to 1 mm diameter. The ****ual spores are eight biseriate ascospores occur inside of asci occur in immersed, partially erumpent, dark...
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- quasi-jazzy kind". There were also themes for the creatures namely, the Erumpent, Demiguise and the Niffler. The score was recorded at Abbey Road Studios...
- ascomata that can be immersed or superficial, embedded in host tissue or erumpent, having ostiolar periphyses, but lacking interascal tissue at maturity...
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