“Every double agent is inclined to be vain, moody, and introspective,” Masterman complained.
I learned that he suffered from depression, was moody, and not a particularly pleasant person.
We may think it has to do with some moody pall over his administration right now.
moody Blues asked if he had ever eaten a black or Hispanic woman.
Of that, about $725 billion was a "structural" deficit, says Mark Zandi of moody's Analytics.
He nodded to moody—he leered at Isabel—he chuckled to himself—he left the farmhouse.
A solitary ruffian, indeed, is moody, but a gang of ruffians are jovial.
There were the two sisters, the bride, and the artist—the latter in one of his customary fits of moody misanthropy.
The premier and some of his colleagues observed, however, a moody silence.
I drew her gently in the direction of my room, persuaded that I had quieted for a time her moody fears.
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.