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Definition of "molders" [molders]

  • Plural form of molder. (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of molder. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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."