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- n. A person who moonlights.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A moonshiner.
- n. In Ireland, one of a band that engaged in agrarian outrages by night.
- n. A serenader by moonlight.
- n. One who works at a second job in addition to his main occupation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A member of one of the organized bands of desperados that carried on a system of agrarian outrages in Ireland.
- n. Same as moonshiner.
- n. One of a party who go about serenading on moonlight nights.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who holds a second job (usually after hours)
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Ealy's pulling a double shift now, wooing Natasha McElhone on Californication, and The Good Wife will soon welcome another moonlighter and former Tony nominee!
Elsewhere the casting swings from terrific to terrible- Anne Hathaway as a sex-line moonlighter is affecting for various reasons, Bradley Cooper plays his role perfectly especially in terms of the revelation about him and McSteamy himself Eric Dane as a pseudo-David Beckham type American Footballer coming to the end of his career is also a subtle highlight.
"He has all he needs," my brother-in-law assured me, of the moonlighter who had agreed to plaster our walls.
Shirtless, with a rag and a scrap of soap, the moonlighter washed his face, running the cloth across his neck to work out any kinks that a corrugated metal floor might put there after a long night.
Bonus: we're not naming names, but viewers may recognize a certain golden-voiced jazz moonlighter and Wired Magazine senior editor in the ad.
If you're a retailer, or a moonlighter, or a newlywed, you'll understand.
All of this obviously creates the problem of what to do with leisure time so he is a moonlighter in the areas of opera, classical music, hunting, fishing, golf, gardening and outdoor cooking of epicurean standard.
In the worst time a moonlighter slept for a fortnight close to the house of an Irish landlord, who was well aware that he was there for the express purpose of shooting him, but he never even attempted it.
I remember the occasion of the election of another dispensary doctor, when I was curtly told that only a moonlighter could hope to be appointed.
Whisky runners were inclined to resent intrusion on their privacy with a touch of that biting inhospitableness which a moonlighter of Kentucky uses toward an inquisitive, unsympathetic marshal.