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Moody

Dwight Lyman. 1837--99, US evangelist and hymnodist, noted for his revivalist campaigns in Britain and the US with I. D. Sankey
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When he got to where they were, he began unfolding his secret, and they listened moodily till at last they saw the "point" he was driving at, and then they set up a war-whoop of applause and said it was "splen- did
He then buttons his linen very moodily, twice or thrice stopping to examine his arms and hands, as if to see what punishment he has received in the Fight.
I knew a man once who came to my rooms one evening, and while smoking a cigar confessed to me moodily that he was trying to discover some graceful way of retiring out of existence.
That hermit-like but not exactly misanthropic sailor was leaning over the gate moodily.
He was sitting moodily among the suitors thinking about his brave father, and how he would send them flying out of the house, if he were to come to his own again and be honoured as in days gone by.
He walked moodily some paces up the once populous avenue, then, with a heavy sigh, turned in the direction of the river, and, plunging through a great variety of devious ways, came out, at length, in view of one of the principal theatres.
They perform slow spaceyoga and stare moodily into the middle distance waiting for anything to happen.
IN this moodily dramatic British film, Luther star Ruth Wilson is a woman who returns to her home village for the first time in 15 years to claim the tenancy of the family farm she believes is rightly hers.
RAFA BENITEZ spent most of the transfer window moodily tugging on the wizened udder of his managerial cunning, and he's come up with 'get big lad who might head crosses into net'.
The levels don't remain static for too long and soon you will find blocks of the path which just keep moving moodily up and down.
I know that no man is going to wolf-whistle at me or stare moodily at me with hint of lust again.
Rae Smith (War Horse) has designed the moodily atmospheric 1900 village square setting of 'Cavalleria,' which transforms into a 1948 truck stop for the doomed vaudeville troupe of 'Pagliacci.