mood


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And every nerve on the alert you watch for the clearing-up mood of the Western King, that shall come with a shift of wind as likely as not to whip all the three masts out of your ship in the twinkling of an eye.
Can it have been only a momentary mood, and will it pass and leave no trace?
What is the author's attitude toward Nature--(1) does he view Nature in a purely objective way, as a mass of material things, a series of material phenomena or a mere embodiment of sensuous beauty; or (2) is there symbolism or mysticism in his attitude, that is--does he view Nature with awe as a spiritual power; or (3) is he thoroughly subjective, reading his own moods into Nature or using Nature chiefly for the expression of his moods?
As they entered the long dining-room it was obvious that the day was still Sunday, although the mood was slightly abating.
All these moods ran themselves into one general effect, which Helen compared to the sliding of a river, quick, quicker, quicker still, as it races to a waterfall.
Differing one from another in natures and moods so greatly as they did, they yet formed, bending, a curiously uniform row--automatic, noiseless; and an alien observer passing down the neighbouring lane might well have been excused for massing them as "Hodge".
Sensing his mood, Helen walked beside him filled with respect.
With all his strength he tried to hold and to understand the mood that had come upon him.
This was not always his mood, of course; he still loved his family.
Sombre as it was, it put on the kindest of its moods to welcome her.
The guests were reluctant to address her, feeling that she was in no mood for their conversation.
When the spirit that answered your every mood Is gone wherever it goes--for good, You will discover how much you care, And will give your heart to a dog to tear!