Also called moonsail [moon-suhl, -seyl]. /ˈmun səl, -ˌseɪl/. Nautical. a light square sail set above a skysail.
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How to use moonraker in a sentence
A moonraker is also the nickname for a native of Wiltshire, and a very silly story is told there as its origin.The History of Signboards | Jacob Larwood
I expect Mr. Heeler's waiting for you in "moonraker's," father.
So that, if you stay more than an hour in the moonraker's Inn, you'll be late for it.
Let's go to the "moonraker's" and forget there's such a thing as women in the world.
British Dictionary definitions for moonraker
nautical a small square sail set above a skysail
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