mold

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  • I really think it has molded me into who I am today.
  • The molds were then sold on and she was built by various companies.
  • Mold growth in buildings can lead to a variety of health problems.
  • Most molds were in three parts, but could also be constructed of two or four parts.
  • Another industry that is seeing increasing use is the mold and die industry.
  • These features help us understand the present climate and the forces that molded it.
  • His childhood molded the person he was going to become in the future.
  • It changed hands several times and finally experienced a fire that destroyed molds and facilities.
  • Again, many of the same characters were included but with entirely new figures from new molds.
  • Mold has two secondary schools that serve the town and the surrounding villages.
  • Note different faces molded into windows - all six passengers' heads on each side are different!
  • During the process a special noble-mold is formed on the surface.
  • More than one mold can be attached to the single arm.
  • Indeed, she was made with exactly the same body and head molds.
  • However, the molds require a lot of material to hold together through many uses under that pressure.
  • Although they never had biological children of their own, they molded the characters of many local youth.
  • She says she molded her style by listening to the artists that inspired her.
  • He works with local clay, making his pieces with molds and/or by hand.
  • A more traditional method is to use leaves instead of molds.
  • It isn't known how many they made, or what became of the molds.
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Meaning of mold

  • noun Container into which liquid is poured to create a given shape when it hardens
  • noun Loose soil rich in organic matter
  • noun A fungus that produces a superficial growth on various kinds of damp or decaying organic matter
  • noun A dish or dessert that is formed in or on a mold
    a lobster mold, a gelatin dessert made in a mold
  • noun A distinctive nature, character, or type
    a leader in the mold of her predecessors
  • noun Sculpture produced by molding
  • verb Become moldy; spoil due to humidity
    The furniture molded in the old house
  • verb Fit tightly, follow the contours of
    The dress molds her beautiful figure