[mohl-der] /ˈmoʊl dər/
verb (used without object)
to turn to dust by natural decay; crumble; disintegrate; waste away:
a house that had been left to molder.
verb (used with object)
to cause to molder.
the US spelling of moulder1
also moulder, “to crumble away,” 1530s, probably frequentative of mold (n.3) “loose earth.” Related: Moldered; moldering.
also moulder, mid-15c., “one who molds or forms,” agent noun from mold (v.). From late 13c. as a surname.
noun 1. a board upon which bread is kneaded, cookies prepared, etc.
[mohl-ding] /ˈmoʊl dɪŋ/ noun 1. the act or process of molding. 2. something molded. 3. a strip of contoured wood or other material placed just below the juncture of a wall and a ceiling. 4. Architecture, Furniture. [mohld] /moʊld/ noun 1. a hollow form or matrix for giving a particular shape to something in a […]
noun, Carpentry. 1. a plane having a blade or a number of blades profiled to form moldings.
noun 1. a broad, roofed area where molds and patterns are prepared for construction of a ship or airplane.