Synonyms of mood in English:

mood

noun

  • 1 she was in a very good mood that morning
    frame of mind, state of mind, emotional state, humour, temper; disposition, spirit, tenor, vein
  • 2 he's obviously in a mood
    bad mood, temper, bad temper, fit of bad/ill temper, sulk, pet, the sulks, fit of pique, low spirits, depression, bout of moping, the doldrums, the blues
    informal the dumps, grump
    British informal paddy
    British informal , dated bate, wax
  • 3 the soundtrack captures the mood of the film
    atmosphere, feeling, spirit, ambience, aura, character, tenor, flavour, quality, climate, feel, tone, key
  • Phrases

    in the mood

    I'm not in the mood for sightseeing Jane was in the mood to talkin the right frame of mind for/tofeeling likeready for/towanting toinclined todisposed tominded tointerested inkeen on/toeager toenthusiastic aboutwilling togame for

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