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molar2 in physics, of or relating to a mass of matter as a whole, rather than to molecules or atoms. [2 definitions]
molasses a thick dark brown syrup produced from sorghum or as a by-product when sugar is refined.
mold1 a hollow form used to give a particular shape to a soft or molten substance that is poured into it and allowed to harden. [10 definitions]
mold2 a surface growth of fungus, often fuzzy or downy, that forms on stale, damp, or decaying matter. [4 definitions]
mold3 a loose rich soil that contains much decayed organic matter.
moldboard a curved metal plate on a plow that turns over the soil. [3 definitions]
molder1 to turn gradually to dust; crumble; decay. [2 definitions]
molder2 one who molds or makes molds.
molding the act or process of shaping or forming something. [3 definitions]
Moldova a country of East Europe bordered by Romania and Ukraine; formerly a republic of the Soviet Union.
moldy of, containing, or covered with mold. [2 definitions]
mole2 a small permanent spot or blemish on the skin, usu. brown and sometimes slightly raised and hairy.
mole3 any of various small, insect-eating mammals that have very small eyes, soft light brown to dark gray fur, and strong forefeet, and that usu. tunnel or burrow underground. [2 definitions]
mole4 a massive stone or concrete structure serving as a pier or breakwater. [2 definitions]
mole5 the quantity of a substance that has a weight, measured in grams, that is numerically equal to the molecular weight of that substance.
mole6 a tumor or mass in the uterus, resulting from an ovum that degenerates or does not develop normally.
mole1 any of the thick spicy sauces of Mexican origin having a base of unsweetened chocolate and chile peppers.
molecular concerning, caused by, or consisting of molecules.
molecular biology the branch of biology concerned with the chemical and physical composition, properties, and activities of molecules, such as proteins and nucleic acids, in living cells.
molecular weight the sum of all the atomic weights of the atoms in a molecule.
molecule a single atom or several atoms bound together electromagnetically, forming the smallest particle that possesses all the characteristic physical and chemical properties of an element or compound. [2 definitions]