Origin of moony
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Examples from the Web for moony
The moony spectacles beamed not quite benevolently on the corridor.
The moony moon was round and bright, It shone and shone and made it light.The Forsyte Saga, Volume III.
It was a warm, moony night, and he took a glass of vichy "for looks' sake," as he said.Twelve Men
"Why, I always was moony over you--when we were kids," he said.The Mysterious Rider
The Professor looked at her in somewhat puzzled fashion, not through but from beneath the moony spectacles.
- informal dreamy or listless
- of or like the moon
- British slang crazy or foolish
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Word Origin and History for moony
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