- v. Simple past tense and past participle of mold.
- adj. shaped to fit by or as if by altering the contours of a pliable mass (as by work or effort)
“The whip is highly detailed and molded from a semi-rigid material, a great choice, given the skinny parts that would be easily breakable if it were cast from polystone like the rest of the piece.”
“Comprising three identical panels, injection-molded from a recycled wood plastic composite, the perch is not only cost-effective to produce but also helps in sustaining the environment.”
“A pulverized mountain molded around a metallic skeleton bobbing about for solid ground in tenuous terrain.”
“The thoroughly original Nova debuted in 1999, utilizing an entirely new type of construction-a receiver and stock molded from a single piece of polymer around a steel "cage.”
“One world borne of moral law and lies, framed in the guise of reality and molded from the certainty of solitude.”
“His body sprung molded from the cantle, his careless shoulders came to attention, and as the pony curvetted riotously, the rider's head, rising like a monitor straight from his slender neck, invited his horse to show its paces.”
“That interest manifests itself in dresses that draw from the exaggerated hips of the 18th century, and in garments with torsos crafted to look like a woman's chest, a riff on the idea of molded armor.”
“He looked like a country-club tennis pro — the deep tan; the strong, lean legs; the white teeth; the expression molded by countless hours of reassuring socialites that their backhands were improving.”
“Howie Long, for example, has that chiseled look while I have more of what you might call a molded look.”
“After the rice is thoroughly molded, which is accomplished by breaking the koji and mixing, the koji is harvested before mold sporulation starts, usually in I or 2 days.”
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