common mood

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Noun1.common mood - a mood (grammatically unmarked) that represents the act or state as an objective fact
modality, mood, mode - verb inflections that express how the action or state is conceived by the speaker
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Just to prove how in touch her premiership has been with the common mood, and how she never flip-flops.
A form of depression experienced by women in the weeks and months after giving birth, postpartum depression is significantly more severe than the more common mood swings associated with the hormonal and chemical changes and lifestyle adjustments that accompany the birth of a child.
Depression is one of the most common mood disorders in the US.
SAD is one of the worlds most common mood disorders, affecting approximately 3 percent of Americans and as many as 9 percent of the population in countries of far northern and southern latitudes, where the shortening of winter days is more extreme.
A common mood of distrust, intolerance and violence has gripped the country, spreading tension among the people, Symes explained, wishing the country to tackle the dismal situation.
Researchers said women with heart disease risk factors should be especially aware of depression symptoms, and that doctors should recommend depression screening if there are any indications of the common mood disorder.
Depression is the most common mood disorder, affecting some 18 million American adults in any given year.
You are asked to figure out if the adolescent in front of you is experiencing a real depression or just cycling through the common mood variations of adolescent development.
There is a common mood of uncertainty, if not pessimism, in Egypt over the future as the military rulers are perceived to be hesitant or unwilling to set a clear timetable for transferring power to the civilians," said Hassan Al Syed, a political expert.
In line with the common mood among the candidates, the new member of parliament said it was important to have programmes aimed at caring for retirees and increasing the pensions.