Elizabeth Moody (1737 Kingston upon Thames - 1814) was a British poet, and literary critic.
Elizabeth Greenly was the daughter of a wealthy lawyer, who died when she was 13, but left a legacy for her family. A booklover from an early age, she was well read in English, French, and Italian literature. For many years she privately circulated verse in a circle that included Edward Lovibond and George Hardinge. She remained unmarried until 1777, when she wed the dissenting clergyman Christopher Lake Moody (1753–1915), vicar of Turnham Green. She reviewed for Monthly Review, and The St. James Chronicle.