mouldability

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mould or mold1 (məʊld)
 
n
1.  a shaped cavity used to give a definite form to fluid or plastic material
2.  a frame on which something may be constructed
3.  something shaped in or made on a mould
4.  shape, form, design, or pattern
5.  specific nature, character, or type: heroic mould
 
vb
6.  to make in a mould
7.  to shape or form, as by using a mould
8.  to influence or direct: to mould opinion
9.  to cling to: the skirt moulds her figure
10.  metallurgy to make (a material such as sand) into a mould that is used in casting
 
[C13 (n): changed from Old French modle, from Latin modulus a small measure, module]
 
mold or mold1
 
n
 
vb
 
[C13 (n): changed from Old French modle, from Latin modulus a small measure, module]
 
'mouldable or mold1
 
adj
 
'moldable or mold1
 
adj
 
moulda'bility or mold1
 
n
 
molda'bility or mold1
 
n

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