Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who moons; one who wanders or gazes idly or moodily about, as if moonstruck.
- n. One who abstractedly wanders or gazes about.
- n. someone who moons (drops their pants and shows their bare buttocks in public)
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. rare One who abstractedly wanders or gazes about, as if moonstruck.
- moon + -er (Wiktionary)
“While all this nonsense is designed to gin up the GOP's growing full-mooner base, it has also scared more than a few Democrats in Congress.”
“Should have went with the mooner - nobody ever does those anymore and he's probably be in a lot less trouble right now.”
“Half-mooner, look a group called More Light Presbyterians.”
“A WEEK LATER, DANNI had pulled another "full mooner" and she was so tired, she could barely focus as she groped for the ringing phone beside her bed.”
“As the night's bound to be a mooner, we can't git too far from 'em.”
“The Queen did not see my Crown jewels, claims Royal mooner THE man accused of "mooning" the Queen during her visit to Brisbane is confident the wilful exposure charge against him will be dropped.”
“(Score: 1) by mooner Tuesday, April 28 @ 12: 45: 56 EDT”
“(Score: 1) by mooner Tuesday, April 21 @ 12: 20: 42 EDT”
“(Score: 1) by mooner Thursday, April 30 @ 16: 27: 35 EDT”
“(Score: 1) by mooner Friday, April 17 @ 17: 07: 00 EDT”
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