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mould·ing

 (mōl′dĭng)
n. Chiefly British
Variant of molding.

moulding

(ˈməʊldɪŋ) or

molding

n
1. (Architecture) architect
a. a shaped outline, esp one used on cornices, etc
b. a shaped strip made of wood, stone, etc
2. something moulded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.moulding - a decorative strip used for ornamentation or finishingmoulding - a decorative strip used for ornamentation or finishing
bandelet, bandelette, bandlet, square and rabbet, annulet - molding in the form of a ring; at top of a column
architrave - the molding around a door or window
baseboard, mopboard, skirting board - a molding covering the joint formed by a wall and the floor
astragal, beading, beadwork, bead - a beaded molding for edging or decorating furniture
cavetto - a concave molding shaped like a quarter circle in cross section
conge, congee - (architecture) a concave molding
cornice - a molding at the corner between the ceiling and the top of a wall
cyma, cymatium - (architecture) a molding for a cornice; in profile it is shaped like an S (partly concave and partly convex)
decoration, ornament, ornamentation - something used to beautify
egg-and-anchor, egg-and-dart, egg-and-tongue - a decorative molding; a series of egg-shaped figures alternating with another shape
gorgerin, necking - the molding at the top of a column
ovolo, quarter round, thumb - a convex molding having a cross section in the form of a quarter of a circle or of an ellipse
quirk molding, quirk moulding - a molding having a small groove in it
rib - a projecting molding on the underside of a vault or ceiling; may be ornamental or structural
subbase - the lowest molding of an architectural base or of a baseboard
surbase - the molding or border above the base of a structure (a pedestal or podium or wall)
tore, torus - commonly the lowest molding at the base of a column
2.moulding - a decorative recessed or relieved surface on an edgemoulding - a decorative recessed or relieved surface on an edge
edge - the outside limit of an object or area or surface; a place farthest away from the center of something; "the edge of the leaf is wavy"; "she sat on the edge of the bed"; "the water's edge"
picture frame - a framework in which a picture is mounted
3.moulding - sculpture produced by moldingmoulding - sculpture produced by molding  
sculpture - a three-dimensional work of plastic art
4.moulding - a preliminary sculpture in wax or clay from which a finished work can be copiedmoulding - a preliminary sculpture in wax or clay from which a finished work can be copied
sculpture, carving - creating figures or designs in three dimensions
Translations

moulding

molding (US) [ˈməʊldɪŋ] N
1. (Archit) → moldura f
2. (= process) → moldeado m
3. (= cast) → vaciado m
4. (fig) → amoldamiento m, formación f

moulding

[ˈməʊldɪŋ] molding (US) nmoulure f

moulding

, (US) molding
n
(= act)Formen nt; (of metals)Gießen nt
(= cast)Abdruck m; (of metal)(Ab)guss m; (= ceiling moulding)Deckenfries mor -stuck m
(fig)Formen nt

moulding

molding (Am) [ˈməʊldɪŋ] n (Archit) → modanatura
References in classic literature ?
Wrapped in this sweet idea, D'Artagnan waited half an hour without the least impatience, his eyes fixed upon that charming little abode of which he could perceive a part of the ceiling with its gilded moldings, attesting the elegance of the rest of the apartment.
Mordaunt followed the carriage, and when he had watched it drive beneath the sombre arches he went and stationed himself under a wall over which the shadow was extended, and remained motionless, amidst the moldings of Jean Goujon, like a bas-relievo, representing an equestrian statue.
It is vast, and has colonnades of noble pillars, and a great organ, and the customary pomp of gilded moldings, pictures, frescoed ceilings, and so forth.
I could say that the Church of the Annunciation is a wilderness of beautiful columns, of statues, gilded moldings, and pictures almost countless, but that would give no one an entirely perfect idea of the thing, and so where is the use?
I had never looked upon such perfect features, such a divine molding which was at the same time human--intensely human.
Running her fingers along the molding until she found a little hidden spring she pushed it, and one of the great panels swung slowly in, revealing the yawning mouth of a black opening behind.
Thrust under the molding were photographs of young men and women, and of picnic groups wherein the young men, with hats rakishly on the backs of their heads, encircled the girls with their arms.
A second variant, which is termed Injection Molding Compounding (IMC), is commercially producing automotive PP moldings in Europe.
Nowadays, top-notch molders produce thin-wall moldings only 0.
You'll also find Gillette's new Mach 3 razor, which has two-component moldings on the handle and blade.
Also, a 50-ton C-frame, shuttle-table machine for corner moldings will also be introduced.
This software has been tested and verified during several years of R&D, by comparing the program's predictions to actual moldings made with a variety of wall thicknesses and process conditions.