Sir Claude looked at the moony globe of the lamp; he seemed to see for an instant what seeing Mrs. Beale would consist of.
It was a warm, moony night, and he took a glass of vichy "for looks' sake," as he said.
Group after group of the pendent globes sprang into a soft, moony glow; the hanging glass prisms jingled softly.
But the moony spectacles were soon let down over the eyes of the Professor of Folk-Lore, and hung there like shutters or blinkers.
I saw a pleasant, mild, moony face, with one cheek distended by tobacco; but nothing which appeared strong or striking.
The signalled eyes under the moony spectacles received the danger signal with something of impatience.
Rhoda had had a dreamy way with her since Thomas's birth; moony, as Peggy, who didn't approve, called it.
For all he'm so moony an' gentlelike, I think he'm a terrible passionate man inside.
The moony spectacles beamed not quite benevolently on the corridor.
Her subsiding young excitement of the day set her Boating on that moony melancholy in Mr. Peridon.
Behaving in a pleasantly listless and dreamy way: in a back booth at Caballero's where Carolyn and I talked and became drunk and moony (1848+)
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