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mold Idioms & Phrases


acellular slime mold

  • noun a slime mold of the class Myxomycetes
    myxomycete; acellular slime mold; plasmodial slime mold.
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Beat mold

  • a species of fungus or mold, the stems of which consist of single cells loosely jointed together so as to resemble a string of beads. Written also bead mould.
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bed-molding

Bed"-mold`ing, Bed"-mould`ing noun
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  1. (Arch.) The molding of a cornice immediately below the corona. Oxf. Gloss.
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Blue mold

  • or mould, the blue fungus (Aspergillus glaucus) which grows on cheese. Brande & C.
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blue mold fungus

  • noun fungus causing a serious disease in tobacco plants characterized by bluish-grey mildew on undersides of leaves
    Peronospora tabacina.
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bread mold

  • noun a mold of the genus Rhizopus
    Rhizopus nigricans.
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cellular slime mold

  • noun differing from true slime molds in being cellular and nucleate throughout the life cycle
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Chain molding

  • (Arch.), a form of molding in imitation of a chain, used in the Normal style.
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Crenelated molding

  • (Arch.), a kind of indented molding used in Norman buildings.
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Deck molding

  • (Arch.), the molded finish of the edge of a deck, making the junction with the lower slope of the roof.
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Diagonal molding

  • (Arch.), a chevron or zigzag molding.
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Dovetail molding

  • (Arch.), a molding of any convex section arranged in a sort of zigzag, like a series of dovetails.
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drip mold

  • noun (architecture) a projection from a cornice or sill designed to protect the area below from rainwater (as over a window or doorway)
    drip mould; drip.
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Eaves molding

  • (Arch.), a molding immediately below the eaves, acting as a cornice or part of a cornice.
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Edge molding

  • (Arch.), a molding whose section is made up of two curves meeting in an angle.
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Face mold

  • the templet or pattern by which carpenters, ect., outline the forms which are to be cut out from boards, sheet metal, ect.
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Garden mold ∨ mould

  • rich, mellow earth which is fit for a garden. Mortimer.
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Hip molding

  • (Arch.), a molding on the hip of a roof, covering the hip joint of the slating or other roofing.
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hood molding hood moulding

Hood" mold`ing, Hood" mould`ing
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  1. (Arch.) A projecting molding over the head of an arch, forming the outermost member of the archivolt; -- called also hood mold.
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Ingot mold

  • a box or mold in which ingots are cast.
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Interpenetrating molding

  • (Arch.), in late Gothic architecture, a decoration by means of moldings which seem to pass through solid uprights, transoms, or other members; often, two sets of architectural members penetrating one another, in appearance, as if both had been plastic when they were put together.
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iron mold

  • noun a spot caused the staining with rust or ink
    iron mould.
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Iron moldmould

  • a yellow spot on cloth stained by rusty iron.
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Jelly mold

  • a mold for forming jelly in ornamental shapes.
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leaf mold

  • noun soil composed mainly of decaying leaves
    leaf mould; leaf soil.
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Loam mold

  • (Founding), a mold made with loam. See Loam, n., 2.
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Loam molding

  • the process or business of making loam molds.
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Lozenge-molding

  • (Arch.), a kind of molding, used in Norman architecture, characterized by lozenge-shaped ornaments.
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molded salad

  • noun salad of meats or vegetables in gelatin
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Nail-headed molding

  • (Arch.), an ornament consisting of a series of low four-sided pyramids resembling the heads of large nails; called also nail-head molding, or nail-head. It is the same as the simplest form of dogtooth. See Dogtooth.
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Pellet molding

  • (Arch.), a narrow band ornamented with smalt, flat disks.
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Plain molding

  • (Join.), molding of which the surfaces are plain figures.
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plasmodial slime mold

  • noun a slime mold of the class Myxomycetes
    myxomycete; acellular slime mold; plasmodial slime mold.
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potato mold

  • noun a blight of potatoes
    potato disease; potato murrain; potato mildew; potato blight.
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Quirk molding

  • noun a molding having a small groove in it
    quirk moulding.
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  • a bead between two quirks.
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slime mold

  • noun a naked mass of protoplasm having characteristics of both plants and animals; sometimes classified as protoctists
    slime mould.
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Slop molding

  • (Brickmaking), a process of manufacture in which the brick is carried to the drying ground in a wet mold instead of on a pallet.
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To sweep, ∨ sweep up, a mold

  • (Founding), to form the sand into a mold by a templet, instead of compressing it around the pattern.
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true slime mold

  • noun a slime mold of the class Myxomycetes
    myxomycete; acellular slime mold; plasmodial slime mold.
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water mold

  • noun parasitic or saprobic organisms living chiefly in fresh water or moist soil
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Weather molding

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