The British spelling of mold.
I'm different; I break the mould.
by Philmo November 27, 2007
A term that originated from the South of Birmingham, UK that can mean either hungover, under the weather or more commonly 'in need of a shower'.
"Can't come out right now. I'm a bit mouldy"

"Brb. Off to de-mould"
by Redditch is mouldy November 13, 2009
black or green patches growing up walls, making bedrooms look dirty
'oh hannah, hows your room of mould?'
by fossiefoss January 14, 2008
what is growing on my heart because i have been single for way to long. This is caused by a large unpleasant and disappointing gay culture in vancouver, canada.
Matt: "Dude, my heart is covered in mould."
Antoine: "Oh sweetie, be quiet and have sex with someone at the club."
by Matt Beau May 09, 2006

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