How to Pronounce moody?

Correct pronunciation for the word "moody" is [mˈuːdi], [mˈuːdi], [m_ˈuː_d_i].

"Moody" in context

Moody is an adjective often used to describe someone who is prone to unpredictable and sudden changes in temper or attitude. It is often used to describe someone who can swing from being in a good mood to a bad one in an instant. Someone who is moody can experience their moods changing heavily and quickly in response to their environment and situation. In extreme cases, moodiness can be a symptom of a mental health condition.

People who are moody can often be seen as difficult to deal with, and their changing emotions can be a source of frustration and confusion both to themselves and to those around them.


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