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- n. The bright reflection of moonlight on a body of water.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The bright reflection of the moon's light on an expanse of water.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The track of moonlight on water.
A moonglade is the track the full moon makes on the water when it is rising from the sea, you know, teacher.
A moonglade is the track the full moon makes on the water when it is rising from the sea, you know.
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Coming to the staircase, she sat down on the top step and gazed out at the moonglade reflection on the lagoon.
They were as beautiful as the sunset on the mountains, as the moonglade on the sea, as the morning mist rising from the valleys.
He walked down to the water's edge and stood alone to watch the moonglade dancing in the surf.
Hanno recognized Pytheas 'profile against quicksilver moonglade and went to join him.
Beyond reached the ocean, like living obsidian bridged by moonglade.
The River Oiss gleamed dull where it poured through town and into the bay, on which there shone a double moonglade.
He was sailing and he sailed right into a moonglade.
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