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Synonyms for broody

a domestic hen ready to brood

physiologically ready to incubate eggs

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No question the highlights come when the Californians up the tempo (Something's Not Right With Me) and release their broodier, bluesy-grunge edge (Hang Me Out To Dry).
And surprisingly tunes like Do You Want To, Take Me Out and This Fire sit well with the slower, broodier likes of Walk Away and Eleanor.
Bosses at Eon Productions - who make the Bond films - moved for the 38-year-old actor actor after deciding they wanted a return to a broodier Bond in the Connery mould.
Songs such as In A Dream and Little Anthony about a boy who grows up to be a serial killer and not, as Laula states, her own brother were broodier and more reflective, but it was an unexpected cover of Radiohead's Creep which really tugged the heartstrings.
A broodier version of the original "Superfriends"--a franchise that ran on ABC Saturday mornings from 1973-1980--skein's premiere in November 2001 set a record on Cartoon Network among adults 18-34 (755,000, since broken by "The Family Guy").
But trailers show a broodier version of the superhero, complete with a mohawk and emo clothes as he presumably takes on the Ronin moniker, which could only mean one thing: dead family members.
FORMER Miss World Rosanna Davison has admitted she's feeling broodier the older she gets.