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  1. mood

    • IPA[mo͞od]

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    • n.
      a temporary state of mind or feeling;an angry, irritable, or sullen state of mind
    • adj.
      (especially of music) inducing or suggestive of a particular feeling or state of mind
    • noun: mood, plural noun: moods

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    • 1. (especially of music) inducing or suggestive of a particular feeling or state of mind mood music a Chekhov mood piece
    • n.
      music intended to create a particular mood or feeling: the sound quality of the film was top-notch, with excellent mood music throughout

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      music intended to create a particular mood or feeling: the sound quality of the film was top-notch, with excellent mood music throughout

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a psychological disorder characterized by the elevation or lowering of a person's mood, ... true clinical depression is a mood disorder, which can interfere with everyday life for an extended time

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    • n.
      an arrangement of images, materials, pieces of text, etc. intended to evoke or project a ... we put together a mood board with key images and words that best convey the essence of the brand

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an angry or irritable state of mind: the cold put him in a bad mood I smiled, my bad mood forgotten for the moment

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    • n.
      an abrupt and apparently unaccountable change of mood.

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    • IPA[muːd]

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    • n.
      a temporary state of mind or feeling: he appeared to be in a very good mood about something

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    • IPA[mo͞od]

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    • n.
      a category or form which indicates whether a verb expresses fact (indicative mood), command ...

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    • IPA[muːd]

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    • n.
      a category or form which indicates whether a verb expresses fact (indicative mood), command ...

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