Third-person singular simple present indicative form of molder.(verb)
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Use "molders" in a sentence
"He considered McCormick "the town's tutelary deity" and one of the "molders" of the city, along with Al Capone and Samuel Insull."
"Or, suppose we take the machine itself and say to the laborer: "That great machine with all its levers and wheels and springs working in such beautiful harmony was made entirely by manual workers, such as molders, blacksmiths, and machinists; no brain workers had anything to do with the making of it; the labor of the inventors, and of the men who drew the plans and supervised the making, had nothing to do with the production of the machine" -- our laborer would rightly conclude that we were either fools or seeking to mock him as one."
"An 'then his whole gang was goin' to jump on me, only a couple of iron-molders stepped in an 'saw fair play."