1. A particular state of mind or emotion: news that put us in a good mood.
2. A pervading impression of an observer: the somber mood of the painting.
3. An instance or spell of sulking or angry behavior: A friend's visit lifted him out of his mood.
4. Inclination; disposition: I'm in the mood for ice cream.
In a bad mood:
sad; depressed; grouchy; with low spirits. He's in a bad mood. He may yell at you. Please try to cheer me up. I'm in a bad mood.
In no mood to do something:
not feeling like doing something; not wishing to do something. I'm in no mood to cook dinner tonight. Mother is in no mood to put up with our arguing.
In the mood (for something) and in the mood (to do something):
having the proper state of mind for a particular situation or for doing something. I'm not in the mood to see a movie tonight. Are you in the mood for pizza?
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