He gazed with an interest too moodily self-centered for easy inciting.
"I wish dad wasn't so—" began Wally moodily, and let it go at that.
I asked, with the strange steadiness that sometimes follows a crushing blow, and Thorn moodily shook his head.
"I never lifted a finger to get them," said Arthur, moodily.
The prisoner still sat on the feed box, moodily staring at the floor.
"She gave me a knife my last birthday," said Edward, moodily, never budging.
"It is over," said Du Guesclin moodily, as he raised her drooping head with his strong brown hand.
“He is playing the hero of a romance,” said the land baron, moodily.
One is rampant just when another is moodily silent; one wishes to sleep when another must shout or split.
“All I know is, he served in Algiers,” said Mauville, moodily.
moody mood·y (mōō'dē)
adj. mood·i·er, mood·i·est
Given to frequent changes of mood; temperamental.
Subject to periods of depression; sulky.
Expressive of a mood, especially a sullen or gloomy mood.