I did not return to moldwarp Hall, but helped Styles in the lumber-room, which before night we had almost emptied.
Thus ended my second day's work at the library of moldwarp Hall.
His mother and sister, he said, had been invited to moldwarp Hall.
It also may have once belonged to the armoury of moldwarp Hall.
One day as we were walking together over the fields, I told him the whole story of the loss of the weapon at moldwarp Hall.
By the time she drew rein and allowed me to get alongside of her once more, we were in sight: of moldwarp Hall.
The possessors of the moldwarp estate have, from time immemorial, regarded it as properly theirs.
also mouldwarp, early 14c., moldewarp, from Proto-Germanic *moldo-worpo(n)-, literally "earth-thrower," from to Old English molde "earth, soil" (see mole (2) + weorpan "to throw" (see warp (v.)). Common Germanic, cf. Old Saxon moldwerp, Dutch mulworp, Norwegian moldvarp, Danish muldvarp, Old High German multwurf, German Maulwurf (influenced by Maul "mouth").