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- adj. moonlit; lit by moonlight
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Moonlight.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Illuminated by moonlight.
- Visionary; unreal; fictitious; nonsensical.
‘I don’t want to say anything offensive, but that sort of thing may be very well for crypts and cloisters and all sorts of moonshiny places.
As I walked between Bolton and Bury it was on a moonshiny night,
During bright moonshiny nights the Grosbeak sings sweetly, but not loudly.
Dese parties wuz always give on moonshiny nights and wuz liked by everybody.
He allus picked bright moonshiny nights for dem big cotton pickin's, and dere warn't nothin 'short 'bout de big eats dat was waitin' for dem
On bright moonshiny nights, I would cut wood, fix fences, and sich lak for 'em.
Walpurgis gathering of birds and beasts of prey, -- foxes, and owls, and crows, and eagles, that come from all the country round on moonshiny nights to crunch the clams and muscles, and pick out the eyes of dead fishes that the storm has thrown on Chelsea Beach?
The work on this acre was done on moonshiny nights and holidays.
"This is mighty sightly," said Creed, looking about him musingly; "I do love a moonshiny night."
The poets are thin, moonshiny, meticulous in technique.