Definition of mold:
figure out, square off, fake, watch, organise, postage, rove, dramatis personae, regularise, influence, play, throw, contrive, crop, incline, warp, take shape, smut, operate, shell, make up one's mind, bring, cast of characters, spring, tramp, stamp, redact, pottery, retch, project, find out, moulding, surface, learn, fashion, limit, hammer, specify, shed, shape, solve, hurl, vagabond, do work, tempt, puzzle out, casting, vomit up, mildew, function, drift, work on, hurtle, rust, be sick, depression, knead, regularize, take form, fix, roam, model, charm, sit, ascertain, define, cultivate, counterfeit, govern, plaster cast, exploit, regurgitate, pattern, puke, cup, dish, disgorge, image, tender, pestle, mould, settle, baffle, molding, wreak, simulate, cavity, matrix, bow, formulate, drop, description, cat, sour, throw off, throw away, modulate, frame, determine, work out, decide, nature, curve, chuck, throw up, reproduction, act, manner, crook, bend, make for, spew, diverge, mock up, spurt, imprint, fungus, lot, stoop, put to work, lichen, forge, parasite, yield, excogitate, pose, design, devise, run, swan, cast, put, vomit, see, border, group, twine, check, deviate, cast off, act upon, postage stamp, barf, range, die, posture, organize, work, clay sculpture, stray, form, honk, wander, womb, exercise, plaster bandage, purge, square up, couch, go, modelling, find, upchuck, process, spirt, spue, regorge, submit, legal tender, impression, modeling, regulate, constitute, invent, ramble, lick, roll, bias, decay, turn, revenue stamp, twist, deflect, seal, sick, persuade, ferment, core, draw, shake off.
category (part of speech: noun)
- sculpt (part of speech: verb)
- form (part of speech: noun)
It may also be said that Titus, having his men armed and disciplined to his hand, had in a manner his victories made for him; whereas Philopoemen was forced to introduce a discipline and tactics of his own, and to new- mold and model his soldiers; so that what is of greatest import towards insuring a victory was in his case his own creation, while the other had it ready provided for his benefit.- "Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans", Clough, Arthur Hugh.
- "Taxidermy", Leon Luther Pray.
- "A further contribution to the study of the mortuary customs of the North American Indians First Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1879-80, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1881, pages 87-204", H. C. Yarrow.