Inoperable vs Mushroom - What's the difference?
As adjectives the difference between inoperable and mushroom
is that inoperable
is incapable of being successfully surgically operated on while mushroom
is having characteristics like those of a mushroom, for example in shape or appearance, speed of growth, or texture.
As a noun mushroom is
any of the fleshy fruiting bodies]] of [[fungus|fungi typically produced above ground on soil or on their food sources (such as decaying wood).
As a verb mushroom is
to grow quickly to a large size.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
Incapable of being successfully surgically operated on.
Incapable of correct operation or function; inoperative.
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Any of the fleshy fruiting bodies]] of [[fungus, fungi typically produced above ground on soil or on their food sources (such as decaying wood).
A fungus producing such fruiting bodies.
champignon or Agaricus bisporus , the mushroom species most commonly used in cooking.
One of the mushroom-shaped pegs in bar billiards.
(obsolete, figurative) One who rises suddenly from a low condition in life; an upstart.
- Some mushroom s are edible and taste good, while others are poisonous and taste foul.
Something that grows very quickly or seems to appear suddenly.
- (Francis Bacon)
* (something appearing suddenly) shroom
* magic mushroom
* mushroom anchor
* mushroom cloud
* mushroom coral
* mushroom spawn
* straw mushroom
* portabela, portabella, portabello, portobela, portobella, portobello, portobelo
Having characteristics like those of a mushroom, for example in shape or appearance, speed of growth, or texture.
- mushroom cloud
To grow quickly to a large size.
To gather mushrooms .
(ballistics) (Of a bullet) To form the shape of a mushroom when a bullet impacts a soft target.
- The town’s population mushroomed from 10,000 to 110,000 in five years.