moodily moodily

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a moody manner

Usage(s):

  1. When a native guide insisted on an extra day's pay, Farson only stared moodily, then burst out laughing.
  2. Be sure to say hello to Popeye, the three-legged setter- spaniel mutt who moodily mans the entrance.
  3. He was moodily eyeing a grey sky and puddles in the road.

News

  • Venezuela: Where You Need A Smartphone App To Find Toilet Paper

    There are often little signs that all is not well in an economy. Large numbers of young men hanging around moodily on street corners might indicate that the unemployment rate is rather high just as one example. Another might be that the simple basics of a modern life are not available in the shops. So it is in Venezuela at present, so much so that someone's written a smartphone app to provide ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Forbes

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