adjective, spoon·i·er, spoon·i·est. Informal.
Related formsspoon·i·ly, adverbspoon·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for spoony
"Yes, yes, the craythur's doin' somethin' in the spoony line," said Kisseck.She's All the World to Me|Hall Caine
Any young man can get spoony on any girl if he sees enough of her.The Quaint Companions|Leonard Merrick
Do you mean to say, Bark Lingall, that you will desert me, and go off with that spoony of an officer?
Let me add, however, that he was as far as possible from being a "spoony."Captains of Industry|James Parton
Weather Sign: A spoony pair under an umbrella is a sign of a rain beau.The Foolish Almanak|Anonymous