a broad, augerlike anchor used for securing buoys in soft-bottomed lakes, rivers, etc.
[moo-dee] /ˈmu di/ adjective, moodier, moodiest. 1. given to gloomy, depressed, or sullen ; ill-humored. 2. proceeding from or showing such a : a moody silence. 3. expressing or exhibiting sharply varying ; temperamental. [moo-dee] /ˈmu di/ noun 1. Dwight Lyman [lahy-muh n] /ˈlaɪ mən/ (Show IPA), 1837–99, U.S. evangelist. 2. Helen Wills, . 3. […]
noun any depiction in language or the arts of a complex set of moods or feelings Examples The artist painted the moodscape in oil on canvas. Word Origin mood + -scape
- Mood ring
noun a piece of finger jewelry with a stone containing heat-sensitive crystals which change color according to body temperature and thereby may depict the wearer’s state of mind Examples Mood rings were very popular in the 1970s.
noun 1. music comprised chiefly of popular songs in lush orchestral arrangements, intended to provide a relaxing, soothing atmosphere. noun 1. recorded music played in the background in a place to establish a mood of relaxation, calm, etc 2. a prevailing atmosphere or feeling noun any type of music thought to induce a particular state […]