mould vs mold

mould mold

Definitions

  • 1) a fungus that produces a superficial growth on various kinds of damp or decaying organic matter
  • 2) loose soil rich in organic matter
  • 3) the process of becoming mildewed
  • 4) a dish or dessert that is formed in or on a mold
  • 5) a distinctive nature, character, or type
  • 6) the distinctive form in which a thing is made
  • 7) container into which liquid is poured to create a given shape when it hardens
  • 8) etc. See mold, etc.
  • 9) UK, Canada Canadian and UK spelling of mold.
  • 10) form by pouring (e.g., wax or hot metal) into a cast or mold
  • 11) make something, usually for a specific function
  • 12) form in clay, wax, etc

Definitions

  • 1) A hollow form or matrix for shaping a fluid or plastic substance.
  • 2) General shape or form.
  • 3) Archaic Earth as the substance of the human body.
  • 4) Distinctive character or type.
  • 5) Any of various other saprophytic or parasitic organisms that resemble fungi, such as slime molds or water molds.
  • 6) The earth of the grave.
  • 7) A fixed or restrictive pattern or form.
  • 8) The shape or pattern of a mold.
  • 9) Something that is made in or shaped on a mold.
  • 10) Any of various filamentous fungi that grow on and contribute to the decay of organic matter.
  • 11) A growth of such fungi.
  • 12) A frame or model around or on which something is formed or shaped.
  • 13) Loose friable soil, rich in humus and fit for planting.
  • 14) obsolete A spot; a blemish; a mole.
  • 15) A minute fungus or other vegetable growth of a low type, especially one of such vegetable organisms as appear on articles of food when left neglected, decaying matter, bodies which lie long in warm and damp air, animal and vegetable tissues, etc.; in a somewhat looser sense, mustiness or incipient decay.
  • 16) The earth; the ground.
  • 17) In anatomy, same as fontanelle, 2.
  • 18) An obsolete form of mole.
  • 19) Specifically, in founding, the form into which a fused metal is run to obtain a cast.
  • 20) A former or matrix used in various household operations, as an incised stamp of wood for shaping and ornamenting pats of butter, or a form of metal, earthenware, etc., for giving shape to jellies, blanc-mange, ices, etc.
  • 21) A spot; a stain, as that caused by rust.
  • 22) In cookery, a dish shaped in a mold: as, a mold of jelly.
  • 23) Fine soft earth, or earth easily pulverized, such as constitutes soil; crumbling or friable soil.
  • 24) The matter of which anything is formed; material.
  • 25) In terra-cotta work, the plaster forms used in making terra-cotta architectural ornaments.
  • 26) In ship-building, the pattern used in working out the frames of a vessel.
  • 27) A form or model pattern of a particular shape, used in determining the shape of something in a molten, plastic, or otherwise yielding state.
  • 28) Among gold-beaters, a number of pieces of vellum or a like substance, laid over one another, between which the leaves of gold are laid for the final beating.
  • 29) In paper-manufacture, a frame with a bottom of wire netting which is filled with paper-pulp that in draining away leaves a film of pulp which is formed into a sheet of paper.
  • 30) In paleontology, the external impression of an organic body, test, or skeleton in the rocks: contrasted with cast, which is an internal impression. See cast, 14.
  • 31) In stucco-work, a templet or former for shaping cornices, centerpieces, etc.
  • 32) Form; shape; cast; character.
  • 33) Tostain,aswithrust.
  • 34) Tocoverwithmold.
  • 35) To fit closely by following the contours of (the body). Used of clothing.
  • 36) To form into a particular shape; give shape to.
  • 37) To assume a certain shape.
  • 38) To guide or determine the growth or development of; influence.
  • 39) To form (something) out of a fluid or plastic material.
  • 40) To become moldy.

Examples

  • 1) But it received no damp or mould reports.
  • 2) Wrap each brandy snap around a mould and leave to set until completely cold.
  • 3) They make great decorations all winter and are ready to eat at any time, though check for any mould around the neck.
  • 4) Give the jelly a wallop and carefully lift offthe mould.
  • 5) This produces a soft mould that must be reinforced with plaster bandages before removal.
  • 6) The printed shapes are glued together to make moulds for fibreglass panels.
  • 7) Pour the mixture into glasses or metal jelly moulds and put in the fridge overnight to set.
  • 8) It had been cast and moulded to conform with the bones of his skull.
  • 9) The male shapes and moulds society and the world.
  • 10) There is something endearing about how hard he tries to mould himself into something else.
  • 11) Any symptom can be caused by mould.
  • 12) We were just trying to change the mould a little.
  • 13) Split the mixture between the moulds.
  • 14) Wash them well, and if mould forms on the leaves discard them.
  • 15) They are put in wet, pressed down and a little old leaf mould added.
  • 16) Combine all remaining cake ingredients and beat Fold in the and mixture a ring mould.
  • 17) It showed signs of green mould, which he quickly brushed off and cut the pie into segments.
  • 18) The leaf spot is usually just grey mould that has entered the leaf after damage, sometimes from hail.
  • 19) A This is blue bulb mould and it is worse when bulbs are kept warm and damp.
  • 20) DO you need mould, or moulded parts?
  • 21) When it is full, the whole lot can be left to rot down, making rich leaf mould next year.
  • 22) The most damaging mould is known as the “brown mould”.
  • 23) Now that the mould is here, I have ordered some clay, and will mess around in a week or so, when it arrives.
  • 24) A rabbit shaped mould is essential if you are on a nostalgia kick!
  • 25) TOP OF THE HEAPIf you have the room, create a separate leaf heap rather than simply adding leaves to compost, as leaf mould is a luxury soil improver if you are growing lilies in pots.
  • 26) Another point to this is that sometimes, there's only one bowl, or one pan, and when it's covered in mould from not being cleaned by the person who last used it, no one else can cook.
  • 27) By the vagaries of language, the word generated three different words in English: mould, module, model.
  • 28) A mould is made of the clay figure and he casts it out in fibreglass resin and silicone.
  • 29) ‘Casting is a process by which a liquid or molten material is shaped by pouring into a mould that contains the negative impression of a desired model.’
  • 30) ‘Then he pours liquid gelatin into the mold and lets it harden.’
  • 31) ‘The artificial limb is made inserting the mould into the molten material.’
  • 32) ‘They can be melted at a low temperature and shaped into a mold as they cool back into a solid.’
  • 33) ‘Cast iron is very versatile, as it can be poured into moulds when molten and cast into complicated shapes, but is very brittle.’
  • 34) ‘Synthetic zircon is used to make gemstones that resemble fine diamonds and as a refractory material in foundry molds and furnace linings.’
  • 35) ‘‘I will put material into the mold and cast it into the same shape as their gesture,’ Jong said.’
  • 36) ‘We had an exhibition coming up - it was Australia's Lost Kingdoms - and we needed skilled people to make moulds and casts of material that was going into that exhibition.’
  • 37) ‘Spoon into six lightly oiled dariole moulds or mini-pudding moulds, cover with cling film and chill overnight.’
  • 38) ‘The electrode materials are placed in a mold and left to harden.’
  • 39) ‘Brooches were made either by hammering a piece of metal into the right shape or by casting molten metal in a mould.’
  • 40) ‘Like the Tapara bed, it contains some shelly material and molds, but the most readily recoverable and complete fossils are present in cobble-sized concretions.’
  • 41) ‘In low-pressure casting the steel mold is above the molten aluminum.’
  • 42) ‘The pewterer poured the molten metal into the mold, extracted the piece when it had cooled, and carefully finished it.’
  • 43) ‘Passing light through the transparent mold caused the material to cross-link and harden.’
  • 44) ‘However, its hardness also created problems: it quickly wore out the tools and moulds used to shape it, making it an expensive material to work with.’
  • 45) ‘The sheaths are treated and baked in moulds to give them shape.’
  • 46) ‘Line two large teacups or similar shaped 200 ml moulds with clingfilm.’
  • 47) ‘The process to make the cap includes positioning viscous plastic material in a mold to produce the desired retention member shape.’
  • 48) ‘Spread up the sides of the moulds and make a hollow and then fill with cooked mince, top with the crumb mixture and bake in a low oven to warm through.’
  • 49) ‘The chips are in color, with denominations, type of mold, inlay and inserts indicated and an indication of the level of rarity.’
  • 50) ‘The nozzles and the suction device are formed independently from the upper mold and the lower mold.’
  • 51) ‘There are the usual Jello molds, spinach dips and salads, green nacho chips, and pickle displays.’
  • 52) ‘This is the cookbook I do half my baking out of, and all of my jello molds.’
  • 53) ‘The book had no pictures, except on the cover, which showed a large roast of lamb, fish baked in white sauce accompanied by boiled carrots, and a mould of bright red gelatin.’
  • 54) ‘A change from the usual way of serving salmon can be had by making a salmon mold.’
  • 55) ‘Salmon mold is a delicious dish, very attractive and it's definitely different from common and popular recipes for salmon that you can always find.’
  • 56) ‘What was a masterful, elegiac character study in the mould of Le Carré's classic A Perfect Spy becomes an angry disquisition on contemporary geopolitics.’
  • 57) ‘The switch to the West Coast offense doesn't mean the team will become a pass-first team in the mold of the old 49ers.’
  • 58) ‘Wilson crafts this social satire in the mould of Thackeray or Trollope, crisscrossing class barriers with fluid facility.’
  • 59) ‘Will the new Pope be in the mould of John Paul or will he signal a new style of leadership?’
  • 60) ‘As a youth he played in a whole variety of positions, but when Stuttgart picked him up at 10-years old, he was a playmaker in the mould of an Andy Moller or Thomas Hassler.’
  • 61) ‘Charlie is extremely nice and very much in the mould of Mr Chatterton, my old history teacher, in terms of his generally affable, laid-back, chatty nature.’
  • 62) ‘In her maps she might be seen as a landscape artist cast in the mould of the Romantics.’
  • 63) ‘It was noticeable from their warm-up match against a Dublin selection on Wednesday afternoon that they have travelled without a big target man in the mould of Barry Hall or Wayne Carey.’
  • 64) ‘By the early 1950s Minton, with his private income, flamboyant personality and prodigious talent, was a celebrity in the mould of today's Britart pack.’
  • 65) ‘He is very much in the mould of a typical U.S. Open player - ‘fairways and greens’ - and he noticeably plays better on tougher courses.’
  • 66) ‘‘Great,’ that is, in the mould of Pele, the legend with whom he was first compared as a 15-year-old.’
  • 67) ‘Courageous in the mould of Veronica Guerin, the investigative journalist murdered in Ireland, she has gone on the record about the killers' identities.’
  • 68) ‘Just by accident I put it to my eye and found it was a microscope in the mould of Robert Hooke's single lens ones and that it would give me a massive close-up view of silhouettes.’
  • 69) ‘He's in the mould of Robert Millar [Scotland's 1984 Tour de France King of the Mountains] as his ability is very specific.’
  • 70) ‘A tall, athletic footballer, he is good in the set-piece and very mobile - a player in the mould of Scotland's Scott Murray.’
  • 71) ‘The key player for Heriot's was skipper Rory Lawson, who is playing more and more in the mould of father Alan, a former Scotland scrum-half.’
  • 72) ‘Mr Tuffin is more in the mould of the late actor Marlon Brando.’
  • 73) ‘England must find a flanker in the mould of their coach, and a fit-again Lewis Moody could answer their prayers’
  • 74) ‘Rather than quick players whose strength is their movement and first touch, Hartson is more in the mould of a traditional target man.’
  • 75) ‘What he's really fired up about is the fact that Monica is a woman in the mould of Sophia Loren and Claudia Cardinale.’
  • 76) ‘Give him his due though, his voice improves with age and Young is possibly one of the country's finest soul singers of the classic mould.’
  • 77) ‘Mantels made of plaster offer a very smooth finish and, because they are poured in molds, a level of intricate detail not usually achieved by wood carving.’
  • 78) ‘He showed them how he uses hand tools and traditional early Victorian moulds to create his designs for brickwork.’
  • 79) ‘With the cornicing, for example, Bryant had a mould taken from the original and a new plaster cornice made for the new ceiling.’
  • 80) ‘With the second seat, I wanted to add a really slick bubble canopy so after lofting the lines we built a mold for the canopy and sent it to Evans who blew the unit.’
  • 81) ‘To reduce friction and ensure the timely release of the protective guard, however, each component had to be molded from a different material.’
  • 82) ‘At about the time Hanson began making his realistic figures in the 1960s, other artists were also making life-sized figures molded from actual people.’
  • 83) ‘I think it was a bowl and I was abusing it, using it outside on the front steps to mold snow sculptures.’
  • 84) ‘We cooked outside, on a butane burner his father melted lead with to mold his trotline weights.’
  • 85) ‘The paper is then moulded into the shape of clay sculptures that Stephen and David have designed, and attached to the sculptures to protect them from damage.’
  • 86) ‘Tops creates moulded glass sculptures using kiln casting, inspired by everyday items such as taps and bolts, with part of the sculpture in the original metal, and the rest in glass.’
  • 87) ‘Raw materials used for CCM discs are made up of carbon fiber, phenol resin and silicon; the fibers and resin are molded in the geometric shape of the braking band.’
  • 88) ‘That's true, but since almost everyone now uses molded plastics the shape doesn't matter at all.’
  • 89) ‘The hood facepiece is made of soft grey or black shaped moulded rubber, including cheek pockets for two lightweight filters.’
  • 90) ‘A wad of linen is painstakingly molded into the precise shape of a feline nose.’
  • 91) ‘There spoke not the dignified statesman of the academic tradition who moulds events as a sculptor moulds his clay.’
  • 92) ‘He sketches a design first and then moulds the precious metal.’
  • 93) ‘The nimble fingers of epicureans moulded vegetables into new forms and shapes.’
  • 94) ‘A unidirectional current of water moving over sand moulds the sediment into a series of bedforms which migrate downcurrent.’
  • 95) ‘Play with hair paste, gel, molding mud or wax to smooth fringe hair out of your eyes.’
  • 96) ‘She experimented with new materials, molding plastics into forms that evoked or described fish, animals, insects, and plants.’
  • 97) ‘In order to mold glass into a meaningful shape, the artisan must blow through a tube into molten glass.’
  • 98) ‘Instead of shaping the frame using costly stamping components, the metal is molded using ultra-high-pressure water.’
  • 99) ‘Other floor mats feature materials such as plush nylon and molded rubber and plastic.’
  • 100) ‘For instance, the mystery and the power of fire to be able to produce different artifacts, to mold iron, to cook food that could then be preserved, all led to a sanctification of fire as Agni.’
  • 101) ‘I am not familiar with molding clay, but if the item was a sand casting, the third piece could be a master pattern used to make the mold itself.’
  • 102) ‘Even in the dim, dusty filtered daylight I could see the intricate detail of the carved stone and molded gold.’
  • 103) ‘Silicone rubber is easily molded, serving as a replacement for body parts.’
  • 104) ‘The second dominating influence moulding his life was the threat of blindness that hit him just after he had arrived at Edinburgh University as an outstanding sportsman and scholar aged 17.’
  • 105) ‘These successes, if that is what they are, are tinged with a jealousy that legal writers elsewhere have a more publicly acknowledged involvement in moulding the law's development.’
  • 106) ‘The movies of the time did more than represent or reflect society - they influenced and moulded it, too.’
  • 107) ‘What he sees, what he eats and the type of lifestyle at home is the influence which will mold his character for the rest of his life.’
  • 108) ‘It is, therefore, American public opinion that must be influenced and moulded.’
  • 109) ‘Haslett, a noted tough guy, knows how to mold a swarming, aggressive unit, and he could be the perfect fit for the mentality St. Louis wants to adopt.’
  • 110) ‘Rarely has the development in a State had the potential for moulding the country's politics, for good or for bad, as will be the case with Gujarat.’
  • 111) ‘Homegrown terrorists are moulded by similar shifts and trends influencing terrorists in other parts of the world.’
  • 112) ‘As Leeds United battle to stay in existence, Birmingham City directors continue to mould the midlands outfit into a club with ambitions to join the Premiership elite.’
  • 113) ‘Within it, humans are controlling or molding the paths of technology.’
  • 114) ‘Created in 1952 during the Darst administration, this loose coalition molded land-use policy alongside City Hall.’
  • 115) ‘Many influences - Wesleyan, Moravian, and Antinomian - molded his thought.’
  • 116) ‘On another level, language is analyzed as an object that is used to control and mold social relationships.’
  • 117) ‘Fisher's perspective on the discipline was molded by quite distinct intellectual influences.’
  • 118) ‘Snead was molded into a figure who would amuse us, leave us in awe and make us embrace him as something uniquely American.’
  • 119) ‘Experience in great soccer teams in Europe and Southern America both at national and club level reveal trends where working with as many as forty players a coach has moulded a world class team after three years.’
  • 120) ‘More than 20 years in Dutch football both as a player and coach moulded him into the man he is today and now, after a disappointing start to the season, he is beginning to make his mark on his team.’
  • 121) ‘He inherited a strong work ethic from his father, Bob, a publican in Coatbridge, and from the coaches who moulded his early years in football.’
  • 122) ‘It is also the duty of educational institutions to mould the personality of students.’
  • 123) ‘Let us hope and pray that the agents of education will realize the great responsibility they have in moulding the future citizens of the world, so that our progress towards the achievement of our ideal will be accelerated.’
  • 124) ‘The first and largest bedroom, overlooking the rear garden, is a well proportioned double with polished timber floorboards and moulded ceiling cornices.’
  • 125) ‘The final room on this level is another double bedroom with a black marble fireplace, corner wash-hand basin and moulded ceiling cornice.’
  • 126) ‘The former NatWest bank in the High Street was built in 1838 and boasts high - moulded ceilings and Gothic columns.’
  • 127) ‘Up the road in High Street is a set of old semi-detached houses, with attractive moulded pillars supporting the tin roofs over the verandah, with a gable at the end.’
  • 128) ‘Down each side are doors, supporting by moulded pillars.’
  • 129) ‘I'd someday like to make a moulded window using transparent black acrylic, creating the same sort of effect I saw made into a car bonnet once.’
  • 130) ‘The cottage teapot had a moulded door with roses round and windows, with green, pink and brown paint applied in blobs not quite properly filling the outlines.’
  • 131) ‘Dark paneling stretched from the molded ceiling to the thick pile-woven carpet, bordered by intricate friezes and shocks of gilt bronze leaves.’
  • 132) ‘Or it may have thought about adding wings and a novelty moulded roof in the shape of Barney the Dinosaur.’
  • 133) ‘This last is accomplished by copying a Hausmanian building on the Champs Elysees and creating its replica in a moulded concrete facade.’
  • 134) ‘Behind this is the family room which has rich red walls, a moulded timber ceiling and a cast-iron open fireplace with slate hearth.’
  • 135) ‘She looked up at the molded ceiling, blinking back new tears.’
  • 136) ‘There is underfloor heating in four zones on the ground and first floor rooms of Raleigh North, while all the doors, architraves, moulded skirting, sills and stairs are solid teak.’
  • 137) ‘The cabinet on offer contains a moulded swan-neck pediment carved with flower heads, between which is a rather impressive carved eagle crest.’
  • 138) ‘The marble floor was a light pink color and the molded walls were white with arches that had little pink and yellow flowers dancing in it.’
  • 139) ‘An arched timber entrance door opens up into a lobby with a stained wooden floor, a leaded-style window and moulded coving.’
  • 140) ‘Most hideously misguided of all is the UPVC front door - complemented beautifully by a moulded plastic doorframe.’
  • 141) ‘There are also plaster-skimmed walls throughout, regency paneled doors and a moulded skirting.’
  • 142) ‘A variety of objects fill the two main rooms, among which predominates a series of porcelain and brass objects on a moulded shelf near St Anne's bed.’
  • 143) ‘Larger pieces are moulded with figures such as Joan of Arc.’
  • 144) ‘And, under the microscope, that food just became mold, fungi, and yeast fairly quickly.’
  • 145) ‘Excess humidity inside your home also promotes the growth of mold, fungi and bacteria.’
  • 146) ‘One can preserve food quite well simply by reducing the moisture content, but more importantly mold growth is highly dependent on how contaminated the food is with mold or fungus spores to begin with.’
  • 147) ‘Most human exposure to the toxin is due to improper storage conditions which foster mould growth.’
  • 148) ‘Calcium propionate is added to foods to inhibit mold growth.’
  • 149) ‘The growth of mold and mildew also are slowed by natural light.’
  • 150) ‘Other products are designed to inhibit the growth of mold and mildew.’
  • 151) ‘Known as ‘diesel algae’ these are primarily fungi, yeast and mold contaminants.’
  • 152) ‘Moisture also causes additional problems, such as mold and mildew growth.’
  • 153) ‘And, one of the most critical new issues in buildings, it resists the growth of mold and mildew.’
  • 154) ‘A lack of oxygen helps prevent the growth of yeast, mould and bacteria.’
  • 155) ‘A life food diet excludes cooked food and starch because they cause mold, fungi, and yeast to form in the body.’
  • 156) ‘Even small amounts of moisture feed nasty mold and mildew growths that can affect your health and lead to major structural damage in your house.’
  • 157) ‘As far as diseases are concerned, fungal infections such as grey mould and powdery mildew are the main culprits.’
  • 158) ‘Discard both the cloves and the liquid if there are signs of mold or yeast growth on the surface of the wine or vinegar.’
  • 159) ‘Humidification and dehumidification systems also require proper maintenance: They must be kept clean to prevent growth of molds and fungi.’
  • 160) ‘These results confirmed, on a higher number of plants, that clone 28 exhibits tolerance against grey mould under in vitro conditions.’
  • 161) ‘The dampness and high temperature of about 25 degrees Celsius provides the best conditions for mould to grow and reproduce.’
  • 162) ‘Moist cooling ducts promote mold and other water-borne bacteria.’
  • 163) ‘The fact is mold is a living fungus that exists all around us.’
  • 164) ‘The solutions exhibited strong alkaline pH values for slag and washed slag while the pH of the soil solution of garden mould was only slightly alkaline.’

Examples

  • 1) Dirty clothes lay strewn everywhere, half-full coffee cups grew mold, and the plant on the windowsill had died and wilted.
  • 2) The pipes coming from the sink were wet; when she reached up to touch them her fingers came away covered in mold.
  • 3) Its handle was sticky with last week's lasagna and the mold it had sprouted since, but it felt good in her hand.
  • 4) He worked with his difficult students as individuals and didn't try to fit them into a mold.
  • 5) "Many of our grants don't use the term 'mold remediation,' but do provide specific remediation, which might include wet vacuuming, damp wiping or HEPA -- high-efficiency particulate air -- vacuuming of interior spaces," said Manuel Broussard, FEMA spokesman in New Orleans.
  • 6) The one car that doesn't quite fit this mold is the Scion xB — a boxy urban mini-wagon with a 158 horsepower, four-cylinder engine.
  • 7) Some of them were too afraid to share their names, but raised similar concerns about what they called a mold invasion.
  • 8) I think a lot of us who love to write think we have to fit a certain mold in order to be a “real” writer, and thus we may overlook what our strengths and passions are really best suited to.
  • 9) The last, essentially a mold, is key to a good shoe.
  • 10) Staying healthy is tough if you live in mold-infested housing, can't afford food or electricity, or are about to lose your home.
  • 11) Thankfully I do have a silicone muffin mold I can use. chocolateshavings Jun 18
  • 12) The mold is hidden in the pantry until I find out how long to cook them.
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