Recent Examples of moonlit from the Web
Forecast Details: Tonight: Clear, moonlit sky, cooler with lows in the 50’s.
On a crisp, moonlit night, the snipes sliced through the mountain air with their winnowing call.
Murray, who has long comfortably moonlit as a musician, compares performing with Vogler to hanging out with one of his friends who occasionally takes him surfing.
On a moonlit July night in 2013, the Long Island fisherman was on the boat’s deck, trying to move a heavy ice cooler, when the handle snapped.
Each episode — burbling freshets, dancing peasants, water sprites gamboling in moonlit waters, a torrent tumbling over the St. John's Rapids – was firmly drawn and smoothly tied together.
After a five-hour, moonlit hike across farm fields and olive groves, the family was turned over to a detachment of Syrian rebels and then to a different team of smugglers who guided them across the border near Kilis.
His Luna collection, in bottles with 24-karat gold accents, is inspired by moonlit nights in the Italian city of Matera.
But if the lake is allowed to disappear, maybe Grasson will discover the desert ship on what is today the lake’s floor, and what was 147 years ago the moonlit valley above which Albert Evans stood.
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First Known Use of moonlit
MOONLIT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of moonlit for English Language Learners
: lighted by the moon
MOONLIT Defined for Kids
Definition of moonlit for Students
- a moonlit night
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