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He listens to rock or classical music, depending on his mood.
medicines that affect mood and mental function
I had never seen Ann in such a good mood before.
Jeff's been in a bad mood all day.
I'm just not in a party mood.
Politicians need to be in touch with the public mood.
Mandela's release created a mood of optimism in South Africa.
The film was a success because it reflected the mood of the moment.
a collection of stories that vary in mood and style
Lighting was particularly important in setting the mood of the play.
This is the British English definition of mood. View American English definition of mood.
a sweet brown food eaten as a sweet or used for flavouring other food