- a three-dimensional pattern used to shape a plate after it has been softened by heating.
- a template for a frame.
- a molding.
- a group of moldings.
Origin of mold1
OTHER WORDS FROM moldmold·a·ble, mould·a·ble, adjectivemold·a·bil·i·ty, mould·a·bil·i·ty, noun
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How to use mold in a sentence
Therefore, the team has to use a trained eye and get a feel for when the metal is right, both so that it doesn’t freeze before it hits the mold and that it doesn’t burn through the sand.How Cast Iron Pans Are Made by Hand at Borough Furnace|Eater Video|October 21, 2020|Eater
The second coat I make thicker and continue to drizzle and apply the cement, adding strips of burlap to the mold for strength.
It’s possible that Barrett will also have issues where she similarly breaks the conservative mold — but we didn’t get many clues for what those might be.What We’ve Managed To Learn About How Amy Coney Barrett Would Rule On Abortion And The Election|Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux (Amelia.Thomson-DeVeaux@abc.com)|October 14, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
The bottom is then flattened in a mold, and a new pipe is attached to the end so the top can be worked on.How an NYC Glassblower Makes Cups, Bowls, and Vases|Eater Video|October 7, 2020|Eater
Made of BPA-free nylon and silicone, these molds are dishwasher safe and easy to clean.
Man is moldable; very; and it is desirable that he should aspire.This Simian World|Clarence Day
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Other words from mold 1mold′a•ble adj.
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Other Idioms and Phrases with mold
see cast in the same mold.