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Meanings of Moufflon:

noun

A small wild sheep with chestnut-brown wool, found in mountainous country from iran to asia minor. it is the ancestor of the domestic sheep.

Usage examples:

Hunters, in organised groups of three to four people, will be allowed to shoot mouflons, wild boars…

Moufflons

ˈmuːflɒn

Meanings of Moufflons:

noun

A small wild sheep with chestnut-brown wool, found in mountainous country from iran to asia minor. it is the ancestor of the domestic sheep.

Usage examples:

Hunters, in organised groups of three to four people, will be allowed to shoot mouflons, wild boars…

Mouflon

ˈmuːflɒn

Meanings of Mouflon:

noun

A small wild sheep with chestnut-brown wool, found in mountainous country from iran to asia minor. it is the ancestor of the domestic sheep.

Usage examples:

Hunters, in organised groups of three to four people, will be allowed to shoot mouflons, wild boars…

Mouflons

ˈmuːflɒn

Meanings of Mouflons:

noun

A small wild sheep with chestnut-brown wool, found in mountainous country from iran to asia minor. it is the ancestor of the domestic sheep.

Usage examples:

Hunters, in organised groups of three to four people, will be allowed to shoot mouflons, wild boars…

Meanings of Mouille:

adjective

(of a consonant) palatalized.

Moujik

muːˈʒɪk

Meanings of Moujik:

noun

A russian peasant.

Usage examples:

He is, as they say in russian, a real muzhik - a fine fellow, one of the boys.

Moujiks

muːˈʒɪk

Meanings of Moujiks:

noun

A russian peasant.

Usage examples:

He is, as they say in russian, a real muzhik - a fine fellow, one of the boys.

Meanings of Moul:

noun

Mould. in later use chiefly: a button-mould. "moul button" noun a flat linen-covered button.

Meanings of Moulage:

noun

A cast or impression, especially of a person or a part of the body; the process of making a cast or taking an impression; the material used for this.

Meanings of Moulages:

noun

A cast or impression, especially of a person or a part of the body; the process of making a cast or taking an impression; the material used for this.

Mould

məʊld

Meanings of Mould:

noun

A hollow container used to give shape to molten or hot liquid material when it cools and hardens.

Usage examples:

The smith would pour the molten metal into the shaped mould
verb

Form (an object) out of malleable material.

Usage examples:

Mould the figure from white fondant

Mouldable

ˈməʊl.də.bəl

Meanings of Mouldable:

adjective

(of a soft substance) able to be made into any shape

Usage examples:

The shoe is made of mouldable plastic., the right combination of sugar and water can result in a fi…

Mouldboard

ˈməʊl(d)bɔːd

Meanings of Mouldboard:

noun

A board in a plough that turns the earth over.

Usage examples:

Effective erosion control is often achieved on flatter slopes by using a chisel plow, disk, or fiel…

Meanings of Moulded:

adjective

Made or shaped in a mould.

Usage examples:

The moulded fibreglass hull eliminates leaks and is immune to attack from marine organisms
verb

Form (an object) out of malleable material.

Usage examples:

Mould the figure from white fondant

Moulder

ˈməʊl.dər

Meanings of Moulder:

verb

Slowly decay or disintegrate, especially because of neglect.

Usage examples:

The books, if any are ever printed, will moulder in the warehouse
noun

A person or thing that moulds something.

Usage examples:

A moulder of public opinion

Meanings of Mouldered:

verb

Slowly decay or disintegrate, especially because of neglect.

Usage examples:

The books, if any are ever printed, will moulder in the warehouse
noun

A person or thing that moulds something.

Usage examples:

A moulder of public opinion

Mouldering

ˈməʊldə

Meanings of Mouldering:

verb

Slowly decay or disintegrate, especially because of neglect.

Usage examples:

The books, if any are ever printed, will moulder in the warehouse
adjective

Slowly decaying or disintegrating, especially because of neglect.

Usage examples:

Piles of mouldering rubbish

Meanings of Mouldery:

adjective

Of soil: crumbly, friable.

Mouldier

ˈməʊl.di

Meanings of Mouldier:

adjective

Covered with a fungal growth which causes decay, due to age or damp conditions.

Usage examples:

Mouldy bread

Mouldiest

ˈməʊl.di

Meanings of Mouldiest:

adjective

Covered with a fungal growth which causes decay, due to age or damp conditions.

Usage examples:

Mouldy bread

Moulding

ˈməʊl.dɪŋ

Meanings of Moulding:

noun

A shaped strip of wood or other material fitted as a decorative architectural feature, especially in a cornice.

Usage examples:

A decorative plaster moulding placed at the centre of a ceiling
verb

Form (an object) out of malleable material.

Usage examples:

Mould the figure from white fondant

Mouldings

ˈməʊldɪŋ

Meanings of Mouldings:

noun

A shaped strip of wood or other material fitted as a decorative architectural feature, especially in a cornice.

Usage examples:

A decorative plaster moulding placed at the centre of a ceiling

Moulds

məʊld

Meanings of Moulds:

noun

A hollow container used to give shape to molten or hot liquid material when it cools and hardens.

Usage examples:

The smith would pour the molten metal into the shaped mould
verb

Form (an object) out of malleable material.

Usage examples:

Mould the figure from white fondant

Mouldwarp

ˈməʊldwɔːp

Meanings of Mouldwarp:

noun

A mole (animal).

Usage examples:

A ‘mouldwarp’, for example, is a mole, which was often used as a symbol for richard iii.

Mouldy

ˈməʊl.di

Meanings of Mouldy:

adjective

Covered with a fungal growth which causes decay, due to age or damp conditions.

Usage examples:

Mouldy bread

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