Examples of molder in a Sentence
leaves moldering in the compost pile
Recent Examples of molder from the Web
For more than a century, Civil War generals, politicians and athletes moldered in their graves largely unnoticed in the middle of Covington.
Three years ago, a large-scale mural that had been moldering away in a Western Washington barn for decades found its way to the Skagit County Fair.
By one estimate, as many as two million fur coats moldered away in storehouses and were available to any taker.
Instead, the prized heirloom has moldered inside an autopsy folder ever since.
Many Trabants can be found moldering in fields in Europe where farm animals have learned the Duroplast siding was actually edible.
The books were moldering under inches of dust in an unheated, uncooled limbo.
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Origin and Etymology of molder
frequentative of 5mold
First Known Use: 1531See Words from the same year
MOLDER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of molder for English Language Learners
: to rot slowly especially from not being used : to decay slowly
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