She will be yours to make—yours to unmake, to mould, fashion, remould—with God's good help.
If we don't like them as they are, we may remould them nearer to our heart's desire.
Then where is this woman vote which is going to remould the world?
The other one, boy—the one that says: 'remould it to the Heart's Desire.'
It was the habit of him whose birthday we celebrate to take what was good in men and remould it to higher uses.
The power to destroy or remould is freely used by the greatest poet, but seldom the power of attack.
He must face experience forever freshly: reduce life each day anew to chaos and remould it into order.
Time had taken him unawares; it had slyly seized the opportunity to remould his features while youth was weak from exhaustion.
Mrs. Laudersdale lounges, and attacks things with her finger-ends, as if she were longing to remould them.
He would so twist and remould circumstances as to show that there was not a shadow of hope for ultimate success.