Mold

Antonyms of MOLD

Synonyms of MOLD

Examples of usage:

  1. A careful observation of the ways of presenting great men of history and great characters in literature to young people will convince one beyond doubt that the girl may store the facts in the memory for a time, but if the living personality is presented it will remain to mold and guide and influence the life. "The Girl and Her Religion" by Margaret Slattery
  2. Jake and me have worked a solid week getting the pattern and mold ready for that pouring job you just saw. "The Clock Strikes Thirteen" by Mildred A. Wirt
  3. Then summoning the Royal Carpenter, ordered him to make an immense placard, on which, when finished, this wise poet printed: " To him who cuts my oaktree down I'll give three bags of gold But he who fails shall lose his life And lie beneath the mold." "The Magic Soap Bubble" by David Cory
  4. From the bottom of the seas, from the valleys to the mountains, from the vegetation that carpets the soil, from the mold in the fields and woods, from the air we breathe, arises an immense, prodigious, and perpetual murmur. "Astronomy for Amateurs" by Camille Flammarion
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