Mood  

pseudohippie 49F
219 posts
10/21/2005 12:14 am

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5/22/2006 3:46 pm

Mood

Isn't it strange this is one of the "mood" choices?


MissAnnThrope 56F
11488 posts
10/21/2005 12:52 pm

Yeah, especially since as a mood, it really makes no sense. Most people don't even know what it means. The dictionary definition is, a person subjected to examination. Perhaps they mean it in reference to stories about playing doctor?


pseudohippie 49F

10/22/2005 5:41 pm

I looked it up in Webster's 9th (which oddly enough, I bought in a used bookstore and when I looked inside the title page, saw my old company had bestowed it to my former colleague years ago). It says the definition is, "lacking imagination: spiritless" and "lifeless or appearing lifeless," which is, I suppose, a mood, but it's not like people use that word ever!


MissAnnThrope 56F
11488 posts
10/22/2005 9:32 pm

Wow... I went by the lone definition in dictionary dot com. Weird that it would be so different. But neither really work as a mood. I like the Webster's version better!


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