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spoon·y

also spoon·ey  (spo͞o′nē)
adj. spoon·i·er, spoon·i·est
1. Enamored in a silly or sentimental way.
2. Feebly sentimental; gushy.

spoony

(ˈspuːnɪ) or

spooney

adj, spoonier or spooniest
foolishly or stupidly amorous
n, pl spoonies
a fool or silly person, esp one in love

spoon•y

or spoon•ey

(ˈspu ni)

adj. spoon•i•er, spoon•i•est. Informal.
1. sentimentally amorous.
2. foolish; silly.
[1805–15]
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The Union has also called on former Radio One's DJ Spoony to create a bespoke musical arrangement for the lightshow, which will be revealed when the lights go down before the anthems and in the final moments before the rival rugby nations kick off at 8.
Since joining in 2006, yoga fan Ola has been an audience favourite and partnered radio host DJ Spoony, rugby player Kenny Logan and GMTV's Andrew Castle.
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Karen Gill, the granddaughter of the club's legendary former manager Bill Shankly was joined by celebrities such as British diva Joss Stone and high-profile Reds fan DJ Spoony.
Alex Lawton's passionate and indepth movie uncovers the untold story as told by those who created it, featuring legends such as Grant Nelson, DJ Spoony, Karl 'Tuff Enough' Brown and Todd Edwards.
Other appearances came from former footballer Steve Claridge, broadcaster DJ Spoony, UK football freestyle champion John Whetton, Football League referee Keith Stroud and Manchester City Ladies player Kim Turner.
Other appearances over the weekend included former footballer Steve Claridge, broadcaster DJ Spoony, UK football freestyle champion John Whetton, Football League referee Keith Stroud and Man City Ladies player Kim Turner.
Will DJ Spoony soon be employed to do a set next to Poulter to pump him up en route to the first tee?
Bull's team includes footballers Marcus Hahnemann (Everton) and Jordan Stewart (Millwall), former players Dion Dublin, Ian Taylor, Steve Froggatt, Geoff Hors-field and Andy Cole - as well as a celebrities like DJ Spoony, Mark Rhodes and George Sampson.
Role models in this aim include Golf Roots ambassadors and olympic gold medallist Denise Lewis, Alison Nicholas, DJ Spoony and Ken Brown.
Among the amateurs taking part from the world of entertainment, business and sport are former England cricketers Michael Vaughan and Allan Lamb, DJ Spoony, ex-international footballers Jamie Redknapp, Ruud Gullit and David O'Leary, who is also current manager of UAE club Al Ahli.