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moody

mood·y

moody

 
pronunciation:
mu di
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part of speech: adjective
inflections: moodier, moodiest
definition 1: having moods that vary often or unpredictably.
synonyms:
temperamental
antonyms:
equable, even, even-tempered, stolid
similar words:
capricious, changeable, erratic, fickle, inconsistent, inconstant, mercurial, moonish, skittish, unpredictable, unstable, variable, volatile
definition 2: tending to be angry or depressed.
synonyms:
huffy, sulky, sullen, testy
antonyms:
cheerful, easygoing
similar words:
angry, atrabilious, bilious, blue, chapfallen, choleric, crestfallen, depressed, dispirited, doleful, down, downcast, downhearted, funky, gloomy, glum, heavy-hearted, irascible, irritable, melancholy, morose, out of sorts, peevish, petulant, snappish, snappy, temperamental, touchy, unhappy, waspish
definition 3: revealing or suggesting gloom or uneasiness.
a moody atmosphere
synonyms:
cheerless, dismal, gloomy, glum, sullen
similar words:
dreary, grim, melancholy, uneasy
derivations: moodily (adv.), moodiness (n.)
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