Examples of molder in a Sentence
leaves moldering in the compost pile
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There’s a moldering red cooler, a beat-up blue kiddie pool, a pornography stash spilling onto the street.
Better the revelatory sunglasses molder in cardboard crates than be wasted on those losers.
But much of a bumper crop of cotton sat moldering in the fields, and livestock losses were substantial.
By one estimate, as many as two million fur coats moldered away in storehouses and were available to any taker.
The dolls are moldering in a warehouse in California as the team decides what to dos with them.
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.
Many Trabants can be found moldering in fields in Europe where farm animals have learned the Duroplast siding was actually edible.
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Synonymsbreak down, corrupt, decompose, disintegrate, fester, foul, mold, decay, perish [chiefly British], putrefy, rot, spoil
Related Wordssour, turn, turn off [British]; contaminate, defile, pollute, taint; addle, curdle, ferment; mortify; rust; crumble, decline, degenerate, descend, deteriorate, dilapidate, sink, wither
Near Antonymsage, develop, grow, mature, ripen; refresh, renew, restore; cleanse, purify; assemble, compose, integrate; ameliorate, better, improve, meliorate
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