moony

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Related to moonier: inconvenient, overhyped, scrutinised

moon·y

 (mo͞o′nē)
adj. moon·i·er, moon·i·est
1. Of or suggestive of the moon or moonlight.
2. Moonlit.
3. Dreamy in mood or nature; absent-minded.

moony

(ˈmuːnɪ)
adj, moonier or mooniest
1. informal dreamy or listless
2. (Astronomy) of or like the moon
3. slang Brit crazy or foolish
ˈmoonily adv
ˈmooniness n

moon•y

(ˈmu ni)

adj. moon•i•er, moon•i•est.
1. dreamy, listless, or silly.
2. pertaining to or characteristic of the moon.
3. moonlit.
[1580–90]
moon′i•ly, adv.
moon′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.moony - lighted by moonlight; "the moonlit landscape"
2.moony - dreamy in mood or nature; "a woolgathering moment"
inattentive - showing a lack of attention or care; "inattentive students"; "an inattentive babysitter"

moony

adjective
Given to daydreams or reverie:
Translations

moony

[ˈmuːnɪ] ADJ to be moonyestar distraído, estar soñando despierto

moony

adj (+er) (inf: = dreamy) → verträumt

moony

[ˈmuːnɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (eyes) → sognante
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