Definition of 'mold'
Example sentences containing 'mold'
Dirty clothes lay strewn everywhere, half-full coffee cups grew mold, and the plant on the windowsill had died and wilted.AFTERMATH (2001)
The pipes coming from the sink were wet; when she reached up to touch them her fingers came away covered in mold.GALILEE (2001)
Its handle was sticky with last week's lasagna and the mold it had sprouted since, but it felt good in her hand.THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
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