Definition of Moonily

1. Adverb. In a dreamy manner. "`She would look beautiful in the new dress,' Tommy said dreamily"

Exact synonyms: Dreamfully, Dreamily
Partainyms: Dreamy, Moony



Definition of Moonily

1. in a moony manner [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Moonily

moonfaced
moonfaces
moonfish
moonfishes
moonflower
moonflowers
moong
moongazing
moonglade
moonglades
moongs
moonie
moonier
moonies
mooniest
moonily (current term)
mooniness
mooninesses
mooning
moonings
moonish
moonishly
moonless
moonlessly
moonlessness
moonlet
moonlets
moonlight
moonlighted
moonlighter

Literary usage of Moonily

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1. The Works of George Meredith by George Meredith (1910)
"Drink of faith in the brains a full draught Before the oration: beware Lest rhetoric moonily waft Whither horrid activities snare. ..."

2. The Works of George Meredith by George Meredith (1910)
"Drink of faith in the brains a full draught Before the oration: beware Lest rhetoric moonily waft Whither horrid activities snare. ..."

3. In New South Africa: Travels in the Transvaal and Rhodesia by Harold Lincoln Tangye (1900)
"... seated at the back is a young woman with one or two younger men, moonily oblivious of the burden of fresh life, interest, and news in the train so near. ..."

4. With Poor Immigrants to America by Stephen Graham (1914)
"... and there also, in the shadow, in the many recesses and dark empty corners young men and women were making love, looking moonily at one another, ..."

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