Noun(1) the molecular weight of a substance expressed in grams; the basic unit of amount of substance adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites(2) a spy who works against enemy espionage(3) spicy sauce often containing chocolate(4) a small congenital pigmented spot on the skin(5) a protective structure of stone or concrete; extends from shore into the water to prevent a beach from washing away(6) small velvety-furred burrowing mammal having small eyes and fossorial forefeet
(1) For more than one year they had sat on information regarding the alleged mole , compromising security, he said.(2) After I'd mowed the other day, a mole burrowed just under the surface of the lawn, leaving mounds of dirt and raised tunnel-bumps all over the place.(3) There may have been a mole planted by the security services inside the terror cells in the country.(4) The gently shelving beaches made evacuation laborious and the major effort was soon switched to the harbour's east mole , from where two-thirds of those rescued were eventually embarked.(5) He sends in his best officer, Jin, as a mole to infiltrate the group.(6) The border of the mole should be smooth, with a clear distinction between skin and the mole .(7) ├ö├ç├┐Well, you have a mole right there,├ö├ç├û Caleb informed him, pointing to the little freckle.(8) the company is hunting for the mole who revealed details of planned job cuts(9) One mole of any substance weighs a number of grams that is equal to the atomic or molecular weight of that substance.(10) Campaigners against the arms trade have accused their own chief paid organiser of being a mole secretly working on behalf of their opponents.(11) The signs of malignant change in a mole are very important to know.(12) We abandoned it to them, demolishing the protective mole that we had begun to build before leaving.(13) When we were in California last week, a mole told us that nothing upsets marketers more than revealing the real names of computer chips.(14) A secret dossier from my mole in the company revealed a number of new spots, as well as old favourites, that I had missed on previous visits.(15) A councillor who owed Ôö¼├║640 in rent arrears has called for the town hall mole who leaked information to the newspaper to be sacked.(16) Molar pregnancy poses a threat to the pregnant woman when the mole penetrates deep into the uterine wall, which can result in heavy bleeding.