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1mood

noun \ˈmüd\

Definition of MOOD

1
:  a conscious state of mind or predominant emotion :  feeling; also :  the expression of mood especially in art or literature
2
archaic :  a fit of anger
3
a :  a prevailing attitude
b :  a receptive state of mind predisposing to action
c :  a distinctive atmosphere or context :  aura

Origin of MOOD

Middle English, from Old English mōd; akin to Old High German muot mood
First Known Use: before 12th century

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2mood

noun

Definition of MOOD

1
:  the form of a syllogism as determined by the quantity and quality of its constituent propositions
2
:  distinction of form or a particular set of inflectional forms of a verb to express whether the action or state it denotes is conceived as fact or in some other manner (as command, possibility, or wish)
3
:  mode 1b

Origin of MOOD

alteration of 1mode
First Known Use: 1569
MOODS Defined for Kids

1mood

noun \ˈmüd\

Definition of MOOD for Kids

:  an emotional state of mind or feeling <I'm in a good mood today.>

2mood

noun

Definition of MOOD for Kids

:  a set of forms of a verb that show whether the action or state expressed is to be thought of as a fact, a command, or a wish or possibility
Medical Dictionary

mood

noun \ˈmüd\

Medical Definition of MOOD

:  a conscious state of mind or predominant emotion :  affective state :  feeling 3

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