mould

Part of speech: verb

To form in a mold.

Part of speech: noun

A form for shaping anything plastic; a model character.

Part of speech: noun

Molder, moulder.

Part of speech: verb

To cover with mold.

Part of speech: noun

Rich earth; constituent material.

Part of speech: verb

To become, or cause to become, moldy.

Part of speech: noun

Any fungous growth on food, clothing, etc.

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See MOLD, etc.

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Usage examples "mould":

  1. Put the meat into a mould, pour the liquid over, and set away to cool. - "The Myrtle Reed Cook Book", Myrtle Reed.
  2. And there it lay until a tiny sunbeam pierced the damp mould, and finding the little vine carried it back to its sunny fields. - "Good Stories For Great Holidays Arranged for Story-Telling and Reading Aloud and for the Children's Own Reading", Frances Jenkins Olcott.
  3. She had expected an orphan girl, ignorant of the world, whom she might mother, and perhaps mould. - "The Testing of Diana Mallory", Mrs. Humphry Ward.