There are 2 definitions of moulder in English:

moulder1

Line breaks: mould¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈməʊldə
 
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(US molder)

verb

[no object] (often as adjective mouldering)
  • Slowly decay or disintegrate, especially because of neglect: the smell of mouldering books figurative I couldn’t permit someone of your abilities to moulder away in a backwater
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    • I also parted with a large sum of money and came away with a 7 tightly wrapped bags containing a week's supply of something that smells old, fusty and a bit mouldering.
    • Then she burst out, in a fit of temper quite unlike her, ‘It's just been mouldering in here, no-one even knows it's here!’
    • Frankly I don't understand why most companies don't follow the same policy as franked income in the hands of shareholders is worth a lot more to them than huge piles of franking credits mouldering away in the company's balance sheet.
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Origin

mid 16th century: perhaps from mould3, but compare with Norwegian dialect muldra 'crumble'.

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There are 2 definitions of moulder in English:

moulder2

Line breaks: mould¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈməʊldə(r)
 
/
(US molder)

noun

  • A person or thing that moulds something: a moulder of public opinion
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    • I left school at 16 to become an apprentice iron moulder.
    • According to the company, multicomponent molding offers a wide range of opportunities for molders looking to gain competitive advantage.
    • From there, the mozzarella mixture is forwarded to two adjoining molders.

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