moonily


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Adv.1.moonily - in a dreamy manner; "`She would look beautiful in the new dress,' Tommy said dreamily"
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She whiles away the time each day at the local aquarium, moonily studying the fish.
In two episodes available for preview, there was one laugh - and it came not from a cast regular but a bit player waxing moonily over a doll's production lineage.
Inspired by a real-life incident--first-time director James Bolton cites a young friend of his who was dumped by an older boyfriend because the older guy's pals disapproved of their age disparity--the film is moonily romantic, with Charley ardently pressing the affair even when Eban tries to cut it off.