molded : Definition, Usages, News and More

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mohl duhd

  • v  form in clay, wax, etc
  • v  become moldy; spoil due to humidity
    The furniture molded in the old house
  • v  form by pouring (e.g., wax or hot metal) into a cast or mold
  • v  make something, usually for a specific function
    She molded the rice balls carefully
  • v  fit tightly, follow the contours of
  • v  shape or influence; give direction to
  • s  shaped to fit by or as if by altering the contours of a pliable mass (as by work or effort)
    the molded steel plates

  • The molded cups of a Tisha "Dream" bra in size 32DD Tisha "Dream" could serve as attractive fruit bowls, or not-very-protective helmets for a set of twins.
  • Early electrical workers used it as a coating to insulate coils, and molded it into stand-alone insulators by pressing together layers of shellac-impregnated paper.
  • Some of Bobby's ebullitions have been on display in television news clips the last couple of days: Coach Knight hurling a molded plastic chair the length of a basketball court .
News & Articles


  • Dan DiDio in The Associated Press
    She still has the tiara, the chest plate, the belt, the magic lasso — the bracelets too, though we've molded them a bit,DiDio said.
  • Steve Tisch in ABC News
    For Tom Coughlin, 'coach' is not just a title, it's a responsibility,said Steve Tisch, the team's chairman and executive vice president. "He took a group of football players and molded them into the best team in the world. We are honored...
  • Danny Ainge in ABC News
    Doc molded a championship team last season through his leadership and we are confident that he is the man to lead this franchise on the court now and in the future,general manager Danny Ainge said in a statement.

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