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mood1 British & World English

A temporary state of mind or feeling

mood2 British & World English

A category or form which indicates whether a verb expresses fact (indicative mood), command (imperative mood), question (interrogative mood), wish (optative mood), or conditionality (subjunctive mood)

mood English Thesaurus

she was in a very good mood that morning

bad mood British & World English

An angry or irritable state of mind

mood board British & World English

An arrangement of images, materials, pieces of text, etc. intended to evoke or project a particular style or concept

mood swing British & World English

An abrupt and unaccountable change of mood

mood-altering British & World English

(Of a drug) capable of inducing changes of mood

mood disorder British & World English

A psychological disorder characterized by the elevation or lowering of a person’s mood, such as depression or bipolar disorder

in the mood for/to do something British & World English

Feeling (or not feeling) like doing or experiencing something

in the mood for/to do something in mood1 British & World English

Feeling (or not feeling) like doing or experiencing something

in the mood in mood English Thesaurus

I'm not in the mood for sightseeing

in the or in no mood for/to do something in mood1 British & World English

Feeling (or not feeling) like doing or experiencing something