Results for mould

Definitions of mould:

part of speech: verb transitive

To cover with mould or soil: to cause to become mouldy.

part of speech: noun

Dust: soil rich in decayed matter: the matter of which anything is composed: a minute fungus which grows on bodies in a damp atmosphere, so named from often growing on mould.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To become mouldy.

part of speech: verb transitive

To form in a mould: to knead, as dough.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To become covered with a tiny growth caused by dampness. Also, mold.

part of speech: verb

To form into a particular shape; to fashion; to knead.

part of speech: noun

A fine, soft, rich soil; a discoloration or growth caused by dampness; a cavity or vessel in which anything is shaped.

part of speech: noun

A hollow form in which anything is cast: a pattern: the form received from a mould: character.

part of speech: noun

The thread- like fungi or down- like substance which forms on bodies, particularly when exposed to warm or damp air, and which prey upon them and destroy their valuable properties.

part of speech: verb transitive

To cover with a damp growth; to fashion or form into a particular shape.

part of speech: noun

MOULDER.

part of speech: noun

That in which anything is cast and receives its form; the matrix; a shape for confectionery; the cast or form given.

part of speech: noun

Fine soft earth such as constitutes soil; friable earth; garden- soil; matter of which anything is formed.

part of speech: verb

To cause to contract mould; to become mouldy.

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