verb (used with object)

to take out of a mold: to unmold a gelatin dessert.
to destroy the mold or shape of.

Also especially British, un·mould.

Origin of unmold

First recorded in 1605–15; un-2 + mold1
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Examples from the Web for unmold

Historical Examples of unmold

  • Unmold on to rounds of toast, surround with thick mushroom sauce.

    The Laurel Health Cookery

    Evora Bucknum Perkins

  • Turn the dish in which it is to be served over the colander and unmold.

    The Laurel Health Cookery

    Evora Bucknum Perkins

  • Unmold, take off the circle which was cut in the paste; remove the paper and flour.

  • Unmold the forms when ready to serve, and use sweetened milk for a sauce.

  • When it is firm, unmold, cut into small cubes, and put them in the soup just before serving.