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mould1 British & World English

A hollow container used to give shape to molten or hot liquid material when it cools and hardens

mould2 British & World English

A furry growth of minute fungi occurring typically in moist warm conditions, especially on food or other organic matter

mould3 British & World English

Soft loose earth

mould1 English Thesaurus

the molten metal is poured into a mould

mould2 English Thesaurus

whitewashed walls stained with mould

mould3 English Thesaurus

the ground was damp, with old leaves thick in the mould

blue mould British & World English

A bluish fungus which grows on food, some kinds of which are used to produce blue cheeses or antibiotics such as penicillin

hood mould British & World English

Another term for dripstone111.

iron mould British & World English

A spot caused by rust or an ink stain, especially on fabric

leaf mould British & World English

Soil consisting chiefly of decayed leaves

slime mould British & World English

A simple organism that consists of an acellular mass of creeping jelly-like protoplasm containing nuclei, or a mass of amoeboid cells. When it reaches a certain size it forms a large number of spore cases

sooty mould British & World English

A black velvety mould that grows on the surfaces of leaves and stems affected by honeydew

be cast in a —— mould British & World English

(Of a person) be of the type specified

break the mould British & World English

Put an end to a restrictive pattern of events or behaviour by doing things in a markedly different way

remould British & World English

Change the appearance, structure, or character of

mouldboard British & World English

A board in a plough that turns the earth over

break the mould in mould1 British & World English

Put an end to a restrictive pattern of events or behaviour by doing things in a markedly different way

dariole British & World English

(In French cooking) a small, flowerpot-shaped mould in which an individual sweet or savoury dish is cooked and served

dariole mould in dariole British & World English

(In French cooking) a small, flowerpot-shaped mould in which an individual sweet or savoury dish is cooked and served

be cast in a —— mould in cast1 British & World English

(Of a person) be of the type specified


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