mood (n.) Old form(s): moode
anger, fury, frenzy, fit of temper
AW V.ii.4[Parolles to Clown] I am ... muddied in Fortune's mood
CE II.ii.179[Adriana to Antipholus of Syracuse, of Dromio of Syracuse] Abetting him to thwart me in my mood
Cor I.iii.67[Volumnia to Valeria, of Young Martius] One on's father's moods [i.e. one of his moods]
MND III.ii.74[Demetrius to Hermia] You spend your passion on a misprised mood
TG IV.i.51[Second Outlaw to Valentine] a gentleman / Who, in my mood, I stabbed unto the heart
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