adjective, spoon·i·er, spoon·i·est.
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Origin of spoony
OTHER WORDS FROM spoonyspoon·i·ly, adverbspoon·i·ness, noun
Words nearby spoony
Example sentences from the Web for spoony
Let me add, however, that he was as far as possible from being a "spoony."Captains of Industry|James Parton
Of course spoony people ought to talk about spring, and how perfectly lovely everything is.Love in a Cloud|Arlo Bates
The sight of my own little Bill's satchel gives me a turn, and makes me feel spoony to this day.Girlhood and Womanhood|Sarah Tytler
Say, when you fellows get over being spoony, come out and have some fun, he added closing the door.For the Honor of Randall|Lester Chadwick
With a smile he added: "Now, don't get too spoony when he comes, or else Ken will have no head for business."The Mask|Arthur Hornblow