Some articles on moody, moodys:
... Blair Moody (1902–1954), U.S ... Senator from Michigan 1951–1952, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1952, candidate for U.S ...
... Lamon Records was started in 1962 by Dwight and Lucille (Cathy) Moody ... Their sons, Carlton Moody, Dave Moody and Trent Moody, known as The Moody Brothers were nominated for a Grammy Award for their instrumental performance of the classic fiddle ... Then, Disney offered the Moodys a featured concert performance role at Disneyland Paris in France when the park and entertainment complex opened in 1992 ...
... In addition to the Moody Brothers' two Grammy Award nominations, Lamon's artists, producers and songwriters have won eight Dove Awards and over fifty Dove Award nominations from the ... In 1989, the Moodys and Lamon recorded an album in Prague, Czechoslovakia with Jiri Brabec and Country Beat ... their album "Ignoring All The Warning Signs..." produced by Dave Moody and Dick Neal, recognized on XM Radio's Year-end Top 40 X-Country Album Chart ...
... Ludlow Murcott Moody CBE (1 November 1892 in Kingston, Jamaica – 19 November 1981, Kingston) a qualified doctor, was the son of Charles Ernest Moody, and ... Another brother was the sculptor Ronald Moody ... Returning to Jamaica, Ludlow Moody worked as government bacteriologist (1920-1925), before setting up private practice in Kingston ...
... Moody is an unincorporated community in southern Howell County, Missouri, United States ... View West Plains Willow Springs Unincorporated communities Caulfield Hocomo Lanton Moody Peace Valley Pomona Pottersville Siloam Springs South Fork ...
More definitions of "moody":
- (adj): Showing a brooding ill humor.
Example: "He sat in moody silence"
Synonyms: dark, dour, glowering, glum, morose, saturnine, sour, sullen
- (noun): United States tennis player who dominated women's tennis in the 1920s and 1930s (born in 1906).
Synonyms: Helen Wills Moody, Helen Wills, Helen Newington Wills
- (adj): Subject to sharply varying moods.
Famous quotes containing the word moody:
“Without, the frost, the blinding snow,
The storm-winds moody madness
Within, the firelights ruddy glow,
And childhoods nest of gladness.
The magic words shall hold thee fast:
Thou shalt not heed the raving blast.”
—Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (18321898)
“Well, something for a snowstorm to have shown
The countrys singing strength thus brought together,
That though repressed and moody with the weather
Was nonetheless there ready to be freed
And sing the wild flowers up from root and seed.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“A moody child and wildly wise
Pursued the game with joyful eyes,
Which chose, like meteors, their way,
And rived the dark with private ray.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)