- a broad, roofed area where molds and patterns are prepared for construction of a ship or airplane.
Origin of mold loft
First recorded in 1705–15
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Examples from the Web for mold loft
He was stubborn about beginning with office tasks, and he took her to the mold-loft.
His mind was like a mold-loft full of designs and detail-drawings to scale, blue-prints and models.
He was out––no, not out of town, but out in the yard or the shop or up in the mold-loft or somewheres, she reckoned.