shroom

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shroom

 (shro͞om)
n. Slang
A mushroom, especially one taken as a psychedelic drug.

[Short for mushroom.]

shroom

(ʃruːm; ʃrʊm)
n
(Recreational Drugs) short for magic mushroom
vb (intr)
(Recreational Drugs) to take magic mushrooms for their intoxicating effects
[C21: shortening of mushroom]
ˈshroomer n
Translations
sienitaikasieni
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As well as being used in songs and everyday language, the word has been included in Larpers and Shroomers, by Countdown's Susie Dent - a book tracking language trends over the past 100 years.
Although many new, and mostly irritating, buzz-words appear each year, the guide -- Larpers And Shroomers (don't ask me): The Language Report concentrates on one per year since 1904.
Larpers and Shroomers, by Countdown's Susie Dent, picks one new word for every year from 1904 and explains why it shows the preoccupations of its time.