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mold·ing / ˈmōlding/ (Brit. mould·ing) • n. an ornamentally shaped outline as an architectural feature, esp. in a cornice. ∎ material such as wood, plastic, or stone shaped for use as a decorative or architectural feature.
molding. See moulding
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