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moonbeam

[ moon-beem ]

noun

  1. a ray of moonlight.


moonbeam

/ ˈmuːnˌbiːm /

noun

  1. a ray of moonlight


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Word History and Origins

Origin of moonbeam1

First recorded in 1580–90; moon + beam
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Example Sentences

In terms of difficulty, trapping a plasma is right up there with catching a cloud and pinning it down, or holding a moonbeam in your hand.

But, while Brown may have been "Governor Moonbeam" to the Republicans, he wasn't nearly left enough for Palevsky.

Her worn-out blue petticoat is lighted up by a moonbeam; in her hand she appears to have a hoe.

A strange look which startled Felipe swept across Ramona's face; it might have been a moonbeam.

The thought startled him, and seemed to give an awful lustre to the moonbeam which fell into the room.

With her this was equivalent to a witch riding on a broomstick or going to heaven on a moonbeam.

And time slipped by, the music rose, fell, ceased; the moonbeam crept towards his face.

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