moodier moodier

Definition(s):

  1. (n) United States tennis player who dominated women's tennis in the 1920s and 1930s (1905-1998)
  2. (n) United States evangelist (1837-1899)
  3. (adj) showing a brooding ill humor
  4. (adj) subject to sharply varying moods

Usage(s):

  1. Expectations were that Altman would take Companion's mixture of sentiment and gentle satire and make it moodier and darker.
  2. Its tone is very distinctive, deeper, mellower and moodier than that of the violin.
  3. Still, depression is slightly harder to diagnose in adolescents than in adults, and not because teens are expected to be moodier and more withdrawn.

News

  • Lace Goes Dark With Valentino’s Dramatic Couture

    The couture collection at Valentino today was ornate, ladylike, and slightly menacing. As models swept down a runway that looked like the corridor of a mansion (nice touches of taxidermy!), all that lace, herringbone, and satin took a moodier turn. For instance, gold lace quickly went from girlish to resplendent to ... More »        
    on July 4, 2013     Source: New York Magazine

Quotes

  1. "I came up with a few songs that felt and sounded really good, but I knew they weren't right stylistically for Linkin Park," Bennington says in a press release announcing Out of Ashes. "They were darker and moodier than anything I'd come up...
    on Jul 9, 2009 By: Chester Bennington Source: Rolling Stone

  2. "I was excited when I was asked to do a piece of art for BioShock 2, because I got to do something a little different from what I'm more known for doing, something a bit moodier, and the fact that I was such a big fan of the first game made it that...
    on Jul 17, 2009 By: Jhonen Vasquez Source: Neoseeker

  3. "It's a good mix of fast, brutal music and slower moodier stuff, it's pretty intense," added King. "It sounds like a damn Slayer record."
    on Jun 11, 2006 By: Kerry King Source: antiMUSIC.com

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