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moulding

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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mouldingmould‧ing British English, molding American English /ˈməʊldɪŋ $ ˈmoʊl-/ noun  1 [countable, uncountable]DHTBB a thin decorative line of plaster, wood etc around the edge of a wall, a piece of furniture, a picture frame etc2 [countable]DFTI an object produced from a mould
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mouldingMoulding planes are excellent to work with, but the job of producing long lengths of moulding can be very time-consuming.All these constituents needed fusing and moulding into a unity in his mind.In this chair, it was convenient to carry out the shaping and moulding of the parts before fitting the arms.Right: This strong style was created by moulding and separating strands of hair.Matching moulding I want to get some more moulding to match that in my hallway.Many human developmental abnormalities arise from abnormalities in the moulding of sheets of cells.The moulding was hard and marked him for life.On a cut-string staircase, the spindles are usually housed in the treads and these are covered with moulding.
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