moody

Sociable vs Moody - What's the difference?

sociable | moody |


As an adjective sociable

is tending to socialize or be social; friendly; inviting; congenial.

As a proper noun moody is

.

Moody vs Miserable - What's the difference?

moody | miserable |


As a proper noun moody

is .

As an adjective miserable is

destitute, impoverished.

As a noun miserable is

wretch, scoundrel.

Moody vs Fretful - What's the difference?

Moody | fretful | Synonyms |

Moody is a synonym of fretful.


As a proper noun Moody

is .

As an adjective fretful is

irritable, bad-tempered, grumpy or peevish.

Keen vs Moody - What's the difference?

keen | moody |


As an adjective keen

is showing a quick and ardent willingness or responsiveness, enthusiastic, eager; interested, intense.

As a verb keen

is (rare) to sharpen; to make cold or keen can be to utter a keen.

As a noun keen

is a prolonged wail for a deceased person.

As a proper noun moody is

.

Moody vs Disheartened - What's the difference?

moody | disheartened | Related terms |

Moody is a related term of disheartened.


As a proper noun moody

is .

As an adjective disheartened is

discouraged, despairing.

As a verb disheartened is

(dishearten).

Dark vs Moody - What's the difference?

dark | moody | Related terms |

Dark is a related term of moody.


As an adjective dark

is having an absolute or (more often) relative lack of light.

As a noun dark

is a complete or (more often) partial absence of light.

As a proper noun moody is

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Moody vs Patchy - What's the difference?

moody | patchy |


As a proper noun moody

is .

As an adjective patchy is

full of, or covered with, patches; abounding in patches.

Moody vs Sentiment - What's the difference?

moody | sentiment |


As a proper noun moody

is .

As a noun sentiment is

a general thought, feeling, or sense.

Moody vs Annoyed - What's the difference?

moody | annoyed |


As a proper noun moody

is .

As a verb annoyed is

(annoy).

As an adjective annoyed is

troubled, irritated by something unwanted or unliked; vexed.

Moody vs Arrogant - What's the difference?

moody | arrogant |


As a proper noun moody

is .

As an adjective arrogant is

having excessive pride in oneself, often with contempt for others.

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