from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Illicit distilling.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Slang or Colloq., U. S. Illicit distilling.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun informal, US Illicit production and distribution of
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"Your moonshining is a violation of the law," [the judge] told Sutton.
"Your moonshining is a violation of the law," Greer told Sutton.
On the whole it has worked well in the South though "moonshining" is undoubtedly increasing.
Von Rittenheim, who had not been able to follow the colloquialisms, frowned at "moonshining," which rang out for his ears above all else.
Beginning as a deputy marshal in the "moonshining" districts of Kentucky and Tennessee, he had shifted first to the Secret Service, and later to the more highly specialized ranks of the private agencies.
They are a "rough lot," and need very much the attention of the poet and the novelist, who might (if they shut their eyes) make this season as romantic as vintage-time on the Rhine, or "moonshining" on the Southern mountains.
He said he felt a special connection to Dillinger because his own grandfather was pushed into illegal activities - "moonshining," or brewing illegal liquor - to make a living in Kentucky during the Depression.
He said he felt a special connection to Dillinger because his own grandfather was pushed into illegal activities - "moonshining", or brewing illegal liquor - to make a living in Kentucky during the Depression.
If Christ had come of age during the Bush years, Rove would have had him arrested for moonshining.
According to one of Popcorn Sutton's videos, he's gotten in trouble for moonshining before — in 1974, and again in 1998.