In the moonlit garden as I stood by the limo, and there was menace again.
He has feasted atop a moonlit tower, with wine and roast lamb hauled up by rope.
The tall, slender stems of the yucca and infrequent clumps of dwarfed cacti cast clear-edged shadows on the bare, moonlit ground.
Then, for some minutes, they were silent as the moonlit beech clump.
"So'm I," said I, looking out of the window over a moonlit sea.
All this beneath a brooding, moonlit sky, and on a sea as smooth as glass.
The shadow of the shovel-hat at that very instant fell on a moonlit tomb.
The night seemed interminable; its moonlit fragrance unendurable.
He looked musingly at the moonlit waters, musingly at the starlit sky.
It seemed impossible for her to cover all that moonlit open unseen.