Another word for mood
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These nouns refer to a temporary state of mind or feeling. Mood is the most inclusive: “I was in no mood to laugh and talk with strangers” (Mary Shelley). Humor often implies a state of mind resulting from one's characteristic disposition or temperament: “All which had been done . . . was the effect not of humor, but of system” (Edmund Burke). Temper most often refers to irritability or intense anger: “The nation was in such a temper that the smallest spark might raise a flame” (Thomas Macaulay).
Another word for moodnoun
A temporary state of mind or feeling:frame of mind, humor, spirit (used in plural), temper, vein. See feelings
A general impression produced by a predominant quality or characteristic:air, ambiance, atmosphere, aura, feel, feeling, smell, tone. See be
A prevailing quality, as of thought, behavior, or attitude:climate, spirit, temper, tone. See attitude