From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe in a moodbe in a moodBAD-TEMPEREDto feel unhappy, impatient, or angry and to refuse to speak normally to other peopleHe’s been in a real mood all day.Don’t talk to her. She’s in one of her moods (=used about someone who is often unhappy, angry etc). →mood
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be in a mood• She knew that Brian was in a mood this morning.• If only Gracewere in a mood slightly more in tune with her own.• She's been in a mood all day.• Virginia liked to watch them when they were in a mood that required that they be handled with extreme care.• It looked safe enough, and neither of us was in a mood to test it.• Neither of us was in a mood to dicker.• When he got home that evening he could smell that Val was in a mood.• If you are in a mood to be frightened by what is beyond the curtains, Marcus's selection does the job.