mould (n.)
soil, earth, clay
E3 III.iii.30[King Edward as if to France] set our foot upon thy tender mould [also: body, form]
E3 V.i.171[King Edward to Queen, of how the French peers will pay for Prince Edward's death] The mould that covers him, [shall be] their city ashes
H5 III.ii.22[Pistol to Fluellen] Be merciful, great Duke, to men of mould!
TC I.iii.293[Nestor to Aeneas] if there be not in our Grecian mould / One noble man [i.e. men of earth]
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