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Definitions of mood:

part of speech: noun

Fashion: manner: ( gram.) a form of verbal inflection to express the mode or manner of action or being: ( logic) the form of the syllogism as determined by the quantity and quality of its three constituent propositions: ( mus.) the arrangement of the intervals in the scale, as major and minor.

part of speech: noun

Temper of mind; change in the form of a verb to express the manner of action or being. Also, mode.

part of speech: noun

Disposition of mind; temper of mind; disposition.

part of speech: noun

In gram., a certain form of inflection indicating the mode or manner, as regards action, in which the meaning of the verb is presented to the learner, as indicative mood, impera. mood; in logic, the form of a syllogism, as determined by the quantity and quality of the three propositions by which it is formed; style of music.

part of speech: noun

Disposition of mind: temporary state of the mind: anger: heat of temper.

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