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Pronunciation:

[m_ˈuː_d], [mˈuːd], [mˈuːd]
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Synonyms for Mood:

emotion (noun) feeling (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Mood:

  • fooid,
  • modom,
  • moodie,
  • mottor,
  • modofy,
  • vodoo,
  • moethod,
  • knood,
  • moode,
  • moood,
  • youdo,
  • modorn,
  • foodi,
  • molody,
  • smoot,
  • mwthod,
  • tood,
  • mojor,
  • moww,
  • meof,
  • mthod,
  • omedy,
  • meothod,
  • motio,
  • moded,
  • good,
  • meody,
  • modfy,
  • moopy,
  • moedl,
  • moced,
  • meowd,
  • moevd,
  • food,
  • mooma,
  • mooly,
  • moder,
  • metod,
  • moday,
  • mortor,
  • lood,
  • moptor,
  • moodt,
  • mondo,
  • mond,
  • moitor,
  • ggod,
  • motoe,
  • morder,
  • mord,
  • mathod,
  • molld,
  • madof,
  • modiy,
  • mmod,
  • moom,
  • mioved,
  • madoff,
  • momday,
  • wood,
  • mehod,
  • doord,
  • mtoion,
  • moop,
  • moomy,
  • moad,
  • smood,
  • medow,
  • dood,
  • motoer,
  • foodd,
  • ood,
  • mydad,
  • methoid,
  • monda,
  • mordem,
  • mmom,
  • mosed,
  • moade,
  • moddy,
  • mobed,
  • moyor,
  • motir,
  • moand,
  • nood,
  • methood,
  • mothod,
  • mooped,
  • muciod,
  • mortom,
  • modder,
  • modd,
  • myriod,
  • motuh,
  • mmode,
  • modo,
  • mjor,
  • masood,
  • sood,
  • cood,
  • moote,
  • looad,
  • smioed,
  • mothd,
  • bood,
  • moodel,
  • miond,
  • mthood,
  • moed,
  • motot,
  • fiood,
  • smooht,
  • morid,
  • mordom,
  • mucoid,
  • modue,
  • mythod,
  • moud,
  • moked,
  • morot,
  • movde,
  • noid,
  • movd,
  • mored,
  • mcoy,
  • demoor,
  • eood,
  • murda,
  • myor,
  • mohd,
  • yoou'd,
  • fooda,
  • komode,
  • madow,
  • muthod,
  • toodii,
  • mehtod,
  • mtoor,
  • murdor,
  • mvoed,
  • moveed,
  • foood,
  • methodd,
  • mokoto,
  • mojoito,
  • moodes,
  • roomd,
  • mvoe,
  • ffod,
  • mouht,
  • qood,
  • moodly,
  • moind,
  • mymood,
  • moght,
  • moorw,
  • moont,
  • voodu,
  • mygod,
  • voodo,
  • mmoved,
  • pood,
  • mooved,
  • metode,
  • aiod,
  • mnood,
  • mottoe,
  • mondau,
  • mmol,
  • looud,
  • 12mid,
  • m'lord,
  • moidfy,
  • moodle,
  • moeved,
  • romoda,
  • toooo,
  • myou.

Rhymes for Mood:

  1. glued, protrude, brewed, subdued, extrude, delude, imbued, wooed, spewed, elude, jude, hued, obtrude, stewed, denude, brood, preclude, renewed, screwed, include, queued, feud, reviewed, shoed, rood, exude, crude, shrewd, intrude, ensued, exclude, pursued, food, seclude, unglued, skewed, viewed, cued, rude, prude, sued, mewed, lewd, dude;
  2. canoed, accrued, collude, conclude, allude;
  3. misconstrued;

Quotes for Mood:

  1. At first, I only laughed at myself. Then I noticed that life itself is amusing. I've been in a generally good mood ever since. Marilyn vos Savant.
  2. Nothing helps a bad mood like spreading it around. Bill Watterson.
  3. I've learned over the years that people are human and have mood swings, regardless of how talented they are. Today, I'm looking at life from a realistic point of view instead of the way I would want things to be. Otis Williams.

Idioms of Mood:

  1. in the mood ( for sth);
  2. be in the mood
  3. be in no mood for sth/ to do sth;

Adjectives for Mood:

  • especially affable,
  • especially odd,
  • trental,
  • particularly baronial,
  • hysterically self-pitying,
  • understandably solemn and cautious,
  • understandably solemn,
  • mellow, helpful,
  • abysmal,
  • perpetually foul,
  • triple bad,
  • real trusting,
  • loudly festive,
  • foul and edgy,
  • pleasantly agreeable,
  • ambitious, conventional,
  • sideways quarrelsome,
  • equably cheerful,
  • expansive, good,
  • downright festive,
  • rare obliging,
  • angry ungracious,
  • uncertain grateful,
  • remorselessly uncooperative,
  • silent, self-important,
  • hard stoical,
  • truly sour,
  • especially cynical,
  • uncommonly moderate,
  • soberly pessimistic,
  • un\-usually communicative,
  • british and superior,
  • lly thoughtful,
  • unpleasant and critical,
  • quietly sinister,
  • affable, tolerant,
  • sad and nostalgic,
  • recklessly jocular,
  • simple transitory,
  • present cranky,
  • excitedly triumphant,
  • intensely testy,
  • next secretive,
  • relentlessly somber,
  • angry, sorrowful,
  • morbidly philosophical,
  • consequential icy,
  • lousy uncooperative,
  • sour and irrational,
  • impatient and perilous,
  • unnatural euphoric,
  • languorous, hazy,
  • dark and introspective,
  • fine, maudlin,
  • particularly waspish,
  • swampy, eager,
  • especially jocose,
  • own upbeat,
  • contemplative, silent,
  • run-of-the-mill bad,
  • generally lousy,
  • jovial, reminiscent,
  • deep, depressed,
  • upbeat, confident,
  • glum, angry,
  • extravagant and colorful,
  • pervasive gloomy,
  • rare, expansive,
  • less blithe,
  • somehow festive,
  • puzzling, dark,
  • hazy, reflective,
  • earlier waspish,
  • feverish, bitter,
  • darn foul,
  • understandably sour,
  • relatively communicative,
  • sour and restless,
  • rare lustful,
  • earlier crotchety,
  • newly conciliatory,
  • ruthless, dynamic,
  • good, precise,
  • increasingly contemplative,
  • nearly expansive,
  • reasonably philosophical,
  • meanest, foulest,
  • critical and miserable,
  • rare and philosophical,
  • earlier sudden,
  • queer, submissive,
  • surprisingly benign,
  • latest dark,
  • growingly dangerous,
  • glum, uncommunicative,
  • typically dour,
  • unusually pleasant and jovial,
  • hushed, low-key,
  • faintly confidential,
  • unusually jovial,
  • tremely mellow,
  • bad sleepy,
  • mellow and complacent,
  • nervy, antsy,
  • odd, playful,
  • own identifiable,
  • uncommonly idyllic,
  • somewhat sad and depressed,
  • fairly charitable,
  • generally despondent,
  • grimmest and most terrifying,
  • moderate, temperate,
  • desolate homesick,
  • blithe, courageous,
  • insidious, dreamy,
  • haunting, somber,
  • doubtful and thoughtful,
  • unusually complaisant,
  • frankly frivolous,
  • particular lighthearted,
  • theatrically tragic,
  • well-fed, lazy,
  • final, prophetic,
  • singularly merciful,
  • specially genial,
  • unwontedly receptive,
  • decidedly perverse,
  • dismal and dire,
  • sullen and weary,
  • depressed and angry,
  • abstract, subconscious,
  • saddened thy,
  • tranquil contemplative,
  • unusually affectionate and dutiful,
  • extravagant or romantic,
  • lighter or happier,
  • joyful, impassioned,
  • thoroughly sensible and cheerful,
  • general elemental,
  • apologetic and self-conscious,
  • severe or cordial,
  • broader lyric,
  • general heroic,
  • casual, dreamy,
  • grave or comic,
  • inconsistent but very human,
  • noble managerial,
  • rather dry and caustic,
  • abjectly thankful,
  • perverse or obscure,
  • exceedingly sulky,
  • quiet sentimental,
  • peaceful, indifferent,
  • daring and provocative,
  • specially playful,
  • surprisingly indulgent,
  • happiest, wildest,
  • unprelatical,
  • reverent and lofty,
  • sore and irritable,
  • unusual and indiscreet,
  • sad or sparkling,
  • strange and reciprocal,
  • joyous and ephemeral,
  • daring, madcap,
  • supremely philosophic,
  • comfortable, receptive,
  • jocose, irreverent,
  • unusually calm and gentle,
  • strangely explanatory,
  • comfortable postprandial,
  • singularly pleasant and amiable,
  • calmly genial,
  • unusually playful,
  • dramatic and therefore temporary,
  • purely esthetical,
  • healthier, nobler,
  • cautiously negative,
  • obedient and female,
  • kindest, softest,
  • humble penitential,
  • dull or conventional,
  • idle, meditative,
  • fairly murderous,
  • somber and depressed,
  • sufficiently mellow,
  • grand, magnanimous,
  • unkindly critical,
  • incurably cynical,
  • distraught, bitter,
  • warm and expansive,
  • sadly defiant,
  • listless, confidential,
  • calmest, every-day,
  • tolerantly humorous,
  • sentimental and introspective,
  • somewhat sentimental and introspective,
  • less blissful,
  • muzzily talkative,
  • appreciative and complaisant,
  • savagely defiant,
  • innocently merry,
  • unnatural, rollicking,
  • highly processional,
  • blissfully foolish,
  • genteel, domestic,
  • soft shakespearean,
  • harmoniously-patriarchal,
  • serious and irritable,
  • finally predominant,
  • sorrowful and thoughtful,
  • hot, hopeful,
  • stout headstrong,
  • jovial, communicative,
  • decidedly receptive,
  • still elegiac,
  • unwontedly easy and genial,
  • unwontedly easy,
  • disdainful and independent,
  • irritably anxious,
  • predominant enthusiastic,
  • cheery and amiable,
  • weak despondent,
  • austere and epical,
  • jocular and serious,
  • heavenly seeming,
  • triumphant and sanguine,
  • particularly ungenial,
  • thoughtful and particularly ungenial,
  • indifferent and often cynical,
  • discontented and somewhat sulky,
  • complimentary and charitable,
  • other, unreasonable,
  • grandly purposeful,
  • sentimental, religious,
  • dreamy receptive,
  • distinctive and indicative,
  • dangerously romantic,
  • sarcastic, flippant,
  • extra fitful,
  • teasing, disdainful,
  • particularly sober and serious,
  • black and reckless,
  • defiant, mischievous,
  • morbid and self-centered,
  • submissive and tranquil,
  • merriest and busiest,
  • corso-carnival,
  • particularly corso-carnival,
  • distinctly penitential,
  • remarkably imaginative,
  • true jacobitical,
  • lofty and angry,
  • vaguely belligerent,
  • abstracted and far-off,
  • dumb fierce,
  • poetical and reminiscent,
  • evidently cheerful,
  • bitter, breathless,
  • new and quite frivolous,
  • wildest, brightest,
  • fearless, showy,
  • contritely humble,
  • extraordinarily expansive,
  • present remorseful,
  • faintly irritable,
  • sinister and heavy,
  • rapt and lofty,
  • dreamy whimsical,
  • tearfully sentimental,
  • reasonable normal,
  • fevered, querulous,
  • eccentric, playful,
  • unquiet and irresolute,
  • mystic, reflective,
  • restless and thoughtless,
  • hypnotic, imperious,
  • horrid hostile,
  • prosaic, grubby,
  • frank, playful,
  • easy rollicking,
  • good-natured, facetious,
  • grave and glum,
  • unusually grave and glum,
  • particularly happy and generous,
  • synthetic and highly complex,
  • cold, satanic,
  • delightful and playful,
  • ominously uncompromising,
  • grateful nor reasonable,
  • singularly communicative,
  • sublimely adventurous,
  • perverse and sleepy,
  • proud desperate,
  • sullen, absent,
  • unstrung and despondent,
  • impatient and critical,
  • dangerously susceptible,
  • now charitable,
  • philosophic and conscientious,
  • sad and familiar,
  • passionately defiant,
  • absent and tremulous,
  • exceptionally genial,
  • easy and pliant,
  • happy, single,
  • listless, dissatisfied,
  • same quarrelsome,
  • mellow and receptive,
  • singular, uneasy,
  • tenderly fraternal,
  • narrow and external,
  • strangely cheerful,
  • sulky, savage,
  • somewhat warm and indignant,
  • wildest and severest,
  • lofty and impossible,
  • suspicious and vindictive,
  • merry, fanciful,
  • rather communicative,
  • increasingly businesslike,
  • natural and most playful,
  • present truculent,
  • acrid and suspicious,
  • unusually acrid and suspicious,
  • oddly jubilant,
  • present joyous,
  • specially angry,
  • ordinary and unmoved,
  • too-convivial,
  • wonderfully jubilant,
  • depressed and metaphysical,
  • unusually genial and communicative,
  • comparatively gentle and pathetic,
  • dumb and dangerous,
  • hostile and unrelenting,
  • cheerful and expansive,
  • hilarious and impertinent,
  • characteristically reticent,
  • creatively critical,
  • murderous amorous,
  • serious and susceptible,
  • lucid critical,
  • calm and introspective,
  • reckless and discontented,
  • hygienic, fruitful,
  • present foolish,
  • sane, generous,
  • cynical, realistic,
  • ill and petulant,
  • grave or abstracted,
  • humorous and hilarious,
  • thoughtful and absent,
  • quarrelsome and nagging,
  • deliberately dangerous,
  • merely recreational,
  • frivolous or merely recreational,
  • usually contradictory,
  • abiding and fundamental,
  • high anticipatory,
  • peculiarly speculative,
  • astonishingly sociable,
  • admirably receptive,
  • cheerful, common-sense,
  • radically insincere,
  • vociferous carnival,
  • gracious and expansive,
  • particularly dissatisfied,
  • dangerously warlike,
  • new, obscene,
  • estranging new,
  • previous compliant,
  • sad and emotional,
  • dead, amorphous,
  • particularly happy and hopeful,
  • cynically philosophic,
  • playful, reverent,
  • silent, oppressed,
  • uncommonly playful,
  • worst inquisitorial,
  • dead, voluptuous,
  • uncommonly facetious,
  • after-dinner and most gracious,
  • wonderfully sincere and lifelong,
  • specially jocular,
  • apishly imitative,
  • meditative and communicative,
  • mildly merry,
  • darkly tragic,
  • nerveless and despondent,
  • awful original,
  • extremely despondent,
  • exceptionally solemn and thoughtful,
  • devilishly artistic,
  • silent and absent-minded,
  • strangely silent and absent-minded,
  • positive or imperative,
  • merriest aquatic,
  • affectionate and cheerful,
  • wildest, grandest,
  • quiet but mournful,
  • restless and most unsatisfactory,
  • childish teasing,
  • wild refractory,
  • lighter, safer,
  • lazy playful,
  • happy meditative,
  • reckless and curiously exciting,
  • comfortable and complacent,
  • blithe and saucy,
  • genially human,
  • perplexed and downcast,
  • probably fleeting,
  • radiantly good-natured,
  • undecided and erratic,
  • especially ironical,
  • amiably apathetic,
  • exasperated, cruel,
  • quiescent happy,
  • sad, philosophical,
  • restless and contradictory,
  • particularly indeterminate,
  • ominously genial,
  • hardest and most businesslike,
  • riotous, care-free,
  • wonderful, elated,
  • inexplicably reckless,
  • dull, sorrowful,
  • comically mysterious,
  • irritable and discontented,
  • decidedly irritable and discontented,
  • reckless and merry,
  • conspicuously depressed,
  • new spirited,
  • nervously indifferent,
  • rational balanced,
  • mild, philanthropic,
  • present calmer,
  • singularly gracious and generous,
  • irritable and despondent,
  • remarkably talkative,
  • icily formal,
  • already irritable and savage,
  • mild unpretentious,
  • difficult, singular,
  • present angelic,
  • dangerous and whimsical,
  • late furious,
  • strange altruistic,
  • reflective, contemplative,
  • tryingly playful,
  • painfully savage,
  • sufficiently warlike,
  • awful and imminent,
  • weary nocturnal,
  • boisterous juvenile,
  • sometime mystic,
  • present elated,
  • courageous after-dinner,
  • unnatural and despicable,
  • usual fanatical,
  • reflective, wide-awake,
  • despairing and sorrowful,
  • creative and literary,
  • alien imaginative,
  • friendly communicative,
  • buoyant, triumphant,
  • joyous, elastic and happy,
  • tolerable hungry,
  • affectionate polemical,
  • desolate and listless,
  • cheerful, mischievous,
  • awkward and maladroit,
  • particularly awkward and maladroit,
  • abnormal and hostile,
  • seemingly deep and reflective,
  • unusually genial and happy,
  • joyous and impetuous,
  • haunting and deepest,
  • depressed and lonesome,
  • mournfully dreamy,
  • sad or depressed,
  • gentle, exalted,
  • voluptuous but sympathetic,
  • placid, sensible,
  • civil and communicative,
  • grudging or indulgent,
  • piteous and sentimental,
  • bad, sulky,
  • such bravest,
  • unusually silent and thoughtful,
  • sensitive and somewhat dangerous,
  • gentle, philanthropic,
  • suave, benignant,
  • such unconversational,
  • marvellously naturalistic,
  • gay, madcap,
  • genial and most considerate,
  • occasional philosophic,
  • ordinary imperative,
  • blue and cynical,
  • rather blue and cynical,
  • jocosely horrible,
  • furious and vicious,
  • uncertain and sullen,
  • meditative, minor,
  • hoveringly quiescent,
  • philosophic and contemplative,
  • petulant and uncertain,
  • curiously petulant and uncertain,
  • gentle post-prandial,
  • cheerful and reminiscent,
  • singularly cheerful and reminiscent,
  • affectionately jovial,
  • tiresome and obstinate,
  • now optimistic,
  • soft vain,
  • black cynical,
  • angry or careless,
  • occasional platonic,
  • selfishly sentimental,
  • present sanguine,
  • vacant or dismal,
  • dreadfully teasing,
  • pert and defiant,
  • gloomy, unsettled,
  • happiest and most instructive,
  • gracious or softer,
  • seemingly reflective,
  • unusually facetious,
  • unusually indulgent,
  • crusty and savage,
  • sullen and thoughtful,
  • temporary heroic,
  • indefinite, unlimited,
  • sometimes expansive and benevolent,
  • next runaway,
  • somewhat wild and sombre,
  • uttermost wayward,
  • oddly clumsy,
  • convivial ionic,
  • devilishly brilliant,
  • correct interpretive,
  • playful, genial,
  • holy penitential,
  • weary and dreamy,
  • rather weary and dreamy,
  • reflective, reminiscent,
  • unsettled and irritable,
  • last fickle,
  • obviously exemplary and virtuous,
  • obviously exemplary,
  • suspicious and crabbed,
  • somewhat exalted and generous,
  • furious and tempestuous,
  • calmest and most conscious,
  • thoughtful and indifferent,
  • present new-found,
  • quite inexorable,
  • reckless, sullen,
  • sudden angelic,
  • dull and irritable,
  • perverse and reckless,
  • present ecstatic,
  • brutal ironic,
  • audacious and talkative,
  • unnaturally reckless,
  • peculiarly appreciative,
  • thoughtful and silent,
  • imperturbable business-as-usual,
  • sullen and despondent,
  • present self-absorbed,
  • particularly joyous and happy,
  • angrily reflective,
  • profane and awful,
  • gloomy and somewhat bitter,
  • native, rancorous,
  • clear classical,
  • breathless hasty,
  • buoyant spiritual,
  • decorous, good-natured,
  • brutal and ironical,
  • unusually exuberant,
  • sombre and introspective,
  • jovial and audacious,
  • particularly pleasant and communicative,
  • evil or unthinking,
  • bitter, weak,
  • thoughtful and splenetic,
  • exceedingly light-hearted,
  • perfectly contemporary,
  • dark wayward,
  • refractory and gloomy,
  • fairly communicative,
  • reminiscential and intimately personal,
  • sad and introspective,
  • mild and drowsy,
  • nervously abject,
  • dreamily joyous,
  • digestive or contemplative,
  • merciful and politic,
  • proper serious,
  • sluggish and gloomy,
  • bounteously paternal,
  • unexpectedly social,
  • peculiar meditative,
  • present discordant,
  • happy, tuneful,
  • garrulous, cheerful,
  • good imperative,
  • religious or reverent,
  • unbelieving, hopeless,
  • uneasy and fastidious,
  • fine, dreamy,
  • oddly paternal,
  • suddenly gloomy,
  • cheerful, upbeat,
  • fine, ferocious,
  • dour, bitter,
  • brief bad,
  • relatively mellow,
  • fairly somber,
  • altogether brighter,
  • restless, disgruntled,
  • absolutely regal,
  • casual, talkative,
  • surprisingly conciliatory,
  • nostalgic, philosophical,
  • totally foul,
  • surprisingly tolerant,
  • strange, flighty,
  • depressed or morbidly introspective,
  • rather violent and quarrelsome,
  • abstracted and contemplative,
  • completely foul,
  • reverent and prayerful,
  • insufferably jocular,
  • particularly manic,
  • affable, expansive,
  • former berserk,
  • expansive, genial and talkative,
  • uneasy and dangerous,
  • gloomily critical,
  • giddy, goofy,
  • black, emotional,
  • moderately foul,
  • high-pitched and grandiloquent,
  • essentially suicidal,
  • exceptionally receptive,
  • pleasingly unreal,
  • curiously suspicious and aggressive,
  • silent and sulky,
  • particularly silent and sulky,
  • positively pleasurable,
  • bustling and vivacious,
  • former studious,
  • present fractious,
  • quaintly merry,
  • bitter, fatal,
  • hilarious and reckless,
  • enlightened after-dinner,
  • politely cynical,
  • rare, receptive,
  • miserably sterile,
  • particularly loquacious,
  • blithe, confident,
  • rather tranquil,
  • sufficiently receptive,
  • irritable, sarcastic,
  • inquiring and serious,
  • fittingly reverential,
  • festive, convivial,
  • resentful and ungovernable,
  • soft caloric,
  • good-humored and expansive,
  • particularly good-humored and expansive,
  • particularly good-humored,
  • hard self-absorbed,
  • mad, vicious,
  • cheerful and contagious,
  • delightfully cheerful and contagious,
  • odious and desperate,
  • sorrowful and doleful,
  • remarkably brisk,
  • classic and impracticable,
  • foolish, inattentive,
  • gaily attentive,
  • revolutionary and reckless,
  • passionately appealing,
  • talkative and even confidential,
  • silent reflective,
  • properly joyful,
  • reflective or prayerful,
  • unaccountably serious,
  • merely perturbed,
  • metaphysico-poetical,
  • strangely quarrelsome,
  • commendably patriotic,
  • sick and frantic,
  • overwhelming lyrical,
  • former implacable,
  • serious or gay,
  • singularly alert and observant,
  • own dreamlike,
  • wayward, half-crazy,
  • loquacious or inquisitive,
  • hushed and plaintive,
  • arbitrary metaphysical,
  • present spirited,
  • properly loquacious,
  • severely exalted,
  • gloomy and meditative,
  • thoroughly self-conscious,
  • rapt and exalted,
  • fatuous, sentimental,
  • humble and philosophic,
  • wondrously humble and philosophic,
  • wondrously humble,
  • sentymental,
  • particularly light-hearted,
  • brief militant,
  • bright and social,
  • present and peculiar,
  • sophisticated, tragic,
  • happy, lustful,
  • troubled and apprehensive,
  • terribly lazy,
  • dangerous, self-destructive,
  • talkative and communicative,
  • already somber,
  • sleepy, amorous,
  • remarkably jovial,
  • genial and talkative,
  • present shaky,
  • strange apathetic,
  • eager, elated,
  • particularly impossible,
  • obviously savage,
  • grim and vicious,
  • present sour,
  • suspicious and aggressive,
  • usually communicative,
  • rather reflective,
  • sad and contemplative,
  • particularly complaisant,
  • rare sombre,
  • protracted mild,
  • decidedly animated,
  • decidedly boisterous,
  • deeply despondent,
  • dreadfully sentimental,
  • sullen, impatient,
  • joyously expectant,
  • exceptionally gloomy,
  • devout and gentle,
  • gay or sober,
  • sullen, unresponsive,
  • defiant fantastic,
  • fragile, false,
  • strange and angry,
  • late angry,
  • gaily festive,
  • perpetually foul,
  • trenchantly flippant,
  • internationally cooperative,
  • rotten and angry,
  • dull vermeil,
  • rare foul,
  • nervous, dreamy,
  • momentously bad,
  • halfway happy,
  • seemingly euphoric,
  • usually sentimental,
  • brutal bearish,
  • serious, exalted,
  • again serene and gentle,
  • again serene,
  • wholly receptive,
  • tense indicative,
  • unpromising, unfortunate,
  • unusually social,
  • calm unchanging,
  • usually exalted,
  • negative but disturbing,
  • strangely negative but disturbing,
  • strangely negative,
  • softer better,
  • rapt, genial,
  • independent, undefeated,
  • remarkably gracious,
  • confidential and talkative,
  • unnatural dreamy,
  • bold and receptive,
  • cynical indolent,
  • cheerful contemplative,
  • solemn and undiurnal,
  • rigidly prosaic,
  • dissatisfied and repentant,
  • drunken and irrational,
  • communicative and confidential,
  • dangerously energetic,
  • strongly impatient,
  • softest and most catlike,
  • open and charming,
  • cheerful and condescending,
  • serious and communicative,
  • supremely exacting,
  • wonderfully confident,
  • extra jovial,
  • pleasant, quizzical,
  • especially hilarious,
  • national gung-ho,
  • cheery and expansive,
  • genially expansive,
  • nagging black,
  • edgy, violent,
  • thoughtless, girlish,
  • strange, lightheaded,
  • usually feverish,
  • sad and listless,
  • indicative or potential,
  • particularly perverse,
  • gay convivial,
  • silent and reflective,
  • somewhat conversational,
  • exceedingly receptive,
  • unusually meditative,
  • unusually susceptible,
  • low and languid,
  • bland and indulgent,
  • natural sombre,
  • exalted and heroic,
  • undiurnal,
  • thoroughly thoughtful,
  • unusually scrupulous,
  • absent meditative,
  • lazy contemplative,
  • cynical and pessimistic,
  • particularly lousy,
  • hard, ironical,
  • solemn and reflective,
  • gracious and captivating,
  • such hilarious,
  • peaceful and grateful,
  • same uncommunicative,
  • former merry,
  • already unpleasant,
  • uncharacteristically dour,
  • expansive, happy,
  • discreet reflective,
  • real receptive,
  • glad or angry,
  • singularly lighthearted,
  • upbeat self-congratulatory,
  • highly self-critical,
  • apathetic sullen,
  • morbidly reflective,
  • joyously festive,
  • feverish, irritable,
  • mechanical and repetitive,
  • tranquil, instinctive,
  • merry and playful,
  • extremely unconversational,
  • unwontedly gracious,
  • unwelcome and irksome,
  • foregone ethereal,
  • blissful, solemn,
  • common merry,
  • intolerable, alarming,
  • anxious or sorrowful,
  • fragile, fleeting,
  • cheerful, outgoing,
  • deeply introspective,
  • peculiarly sober,
  • present despairing,
  • proper sadistic,
  • rare garrulous,
  • grim and thoughtful,
  • properly loving,
  • unexpectedly sour,
  • specially amiable,
  • dull and wretched,
  • calm angelic,
  • higher, gentler,
  • private gentle,
  • wrathful and savage,
  • dull passionate,
  • less rapt,
  • present colloquial,
  • general hostile,
  • new and quieter,
  • well-known after-dinner,
  • agreeable after-dinner,
  • unusually confidential,
  • mad and frantic,
  • emphatic political,
  • further black,
  • gloomy, bitter,
  • sour and gloomy,
  • quiet and dangerous,
  • soft and amiable,
  • usual despondent,
  • depressed and miserable,
  • present bleak,
  • reverent and thoughtful,
  • fascinating, bold,
  • uncharacteristic sullen,
  • similarly poetical,
  • erratic, unpleasant,
  • unwontedly expansive,
  • intoxicatingly mellow,
  • crazy, elated,
  • permanently foul,
  • high-strung and somewhat irritable,
  • cheery and talkative,
  • affectionate and good-humored,
  • ed potential,
  • thoughtlessly festive,
  • generous and fantastic,
  • supremely reckless,
  • significantly religious,
  • always cheerful and equal,
  • particularly bright and joyous,
  • fairly optimistic,
  • extreme mortal,
  • wonderfully merry,
  • electric responsive,
  • properly receptive,
  • angry and ungracious,
  • generally foul,
  • unsettled bad,
  • vaguely devotional,
  • quite jovial,
  • restless and rebellious,
  • grim, grim,
  • unusually merry,
  • present sensitive,
  • angry and irritable,
  • unusually talkative,
  • usual satirical,
  • proper berserk,
  • somber and reflective,
  • unusually somber and reflective,
  • joyful, adventurous,
  • angry and terrifying,
  • non-political present,
  • odd, paradoxical,
  • unusually mellow,
  • restless, edgy,
  • nostalgic and sentimental,
  • normal sullen,
  • unusually metaphysical,
  • present rebellious,
  • dark and morose,
  • equally thoughtful,
  • same berserk,
  • particularly festive,
  • desperate, defiant,
  • high bad,
  • lighter, happier,
  • uncharacteristically forthcoming,
  • mutinous, reckless,
  • impassioned and repentant,
  • less scholastic,
  • wanton and merry,
  • tense, emotional,
  • pleasant and mellow,
  • sudden and erratic,
  • calm and contemplative,
  • especially odd,
  • real hostile,
  • current dark,
  • bright and talkative,
  • aggressively confidential,
  • current black,
  • unusually bright and talkative,
  • unusually communicative,
  • dark and volatile,
  • high abstracted,
  • rare mellow,
  • present angry,
  • suddenly somber,
  • tense, indicative,
  • wondrous merry,
  • thoroughly foul,
  • particularly vindictive,
  • unusually somber,
  • truly foul,
  • almost jovial,
  • self-pitying morbid,
  • unconversational,
  • increasingly sour,
  • unusually expansive,
  • unusually affable,
  • rather foul,
  • more communicative,
  • wan and heartless,
  • poetic and contemplative,
  • indicative.
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