moody (adj.) Old form(s): moodie
angry, wrathful, rancorous, sullen
1H4 I.iii.18[King Henry to Worcester] majesty might never yet endure / The moody frontier of a servant brow
1H4 V.i.81[King Henry to Worcester] moody beggars starving for a time / Of pell-mell havoc and confusion
1H6 III.i.124[Warwick to Winchester] the Duke / Hath banished moody discontented fury
R3 V.i.7[Buckingham as if to King Richard's victims] your moody discontented souls
RJ III.i.12[Mercutio to and of Benvolio] as soon moved to be moody
Tem I.ii.244.2[Prospero to Ariel] How now? Moody?
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