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verb. ['ˈmoʊld'] form in clay, wax, etc.
- natural object
- functional disorder
Rhymes with Mould
Sentences with mould
1. Noun, singular or mass
If a mattress was stored in an area with high humidity, mould may appear on the mattress surface.
Brush a coat of the latex mould onto the surface to be moulded.
3. Verb, past participle
Check the attic to ensure you don't have mould growing from a leaking roof.
4. Verb, base form
Simply add more water and remix to mould it into any desired shape.
5. Noun, plural
Use a pumice stone on enamel fixtures such as sinks or toilets that have iron mould or rust.
Quotes about mould
1. Travel Moulds A Man,People Mould His Wisdom And Experiences Mould His LIFE...!
- Sujit Lalwani, Life Simplified!
2. There lived a poet in the lands of gold,Wrote along poems unaffected by warmth or cold,His words spoke truth and pen's stroke was bold,His only motive: lives to mould
- Adhish Mazumder, Versed with Life
noun. ['ˈmoʊld'] the distinctive form in which a thing is made.
noun. ['ˈmoʊld'] sculpture produced by molding.
- clay sculpture
noun. ['ˈmoʊld'] a dish or dessert that is formed in or on a mold.
- ill health
verb. ['ˈmoʊld'] make something, usually for a specific function.
- create from raw material
- work on
- cut out
- create from raw stuff
- irreversible process
- reversible process
noun. ['ˈmoʊld'] a distinctive nature, character, or type.
noun. ['ˈmoʊld'] the process of becoming mildewed.
- switch off
- stand still
noun. ['ˈmoʊld'] a fungus that produces a superficial growth on various kinds of damp or decaying organic matter.
- water mold
noun. ['ˈmoʊld'] container into which liquid is poured to create a given shape when it hardens.
- pig bed
- natural depression
noun. ['ˈmoʊld'] loose soil rich in organic matter.
- leaf mould
- leaf mold
- leaf soil