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mood 1 (1 current from the 12th cent. to 1600)
1. anger, displeasure Gent. IV. i. 51 “Who, in my , I stabb'd,” All'sW. V. ii. 5 “muddied in Fortune's ,” H5 IV. vii. 38, Rom. III. i. 13, Oth. II. iii. 276; (?) angry cast of countenance Sonn. xciii. 8 “m-s and frowns.”
2. form, shape, mode Ham. I. ii. 82 “all forms, m-s, shows of grief” (Q 1695 and mod.edd.“modes”†), Compl. 201 “the encrimson'd mood” [i.e. of rubies].
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    • William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, 1.2
    • William Shakespeare, Two Gentlemen of Verona, 4.1
    • William Shakespeare, Henry V, 4.7
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