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mold

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of mold

  1. the loose surface material in which plants naturally grow mold so rich that just about anything will grow in it Synonyms of mold clod, earth, ground, dirt, soilWords Related to mold blackland, clay, gault [chiefly British], gley, guck (or gook), gumbo, kaolin, muck, mud; dust, gravel, sand; humus, loam, topsoil; alluvium, colluvium, detritus, loess, marl, sediment, shingle, silt; duff, mull; subsoil, substratum


mold

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of mold

  1. to go through decomposition plants molding in the abandoned garden Synonyms of mold break down, corrupt, decompose, disintegrate, fester, foul, decay, molder, perish [chiefly British], putrefy, rot, spoilWords Related to mold sour, turn, turn off [British]; contaminate, defile, pollute, taint; addle, curdle, ferment; mortify; rust; crumble, decline, degenerate, descend, deteriorate, dilapidate, sink, witherNear Antonyms of mold age, develop, grow, mature, ripen; refresh, renew, restore; cleanse, purify; assemble, compose, integrate; ameliorate, better, improve, meliorate



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