moonlit

adjective moon·lit \ -ˌlit \
|Updated on: 14 Aug 2018

Definition of moonlit

: lighted by the moon

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First Known Use of moonlit

1817

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moonlit

Definition of moonlit for English Language Learners

  • : lighted by the moon


MOONLIT Defined for Kids

moonlit

adjective moon·lit \ ˈmün-ˌlit \

Definition of moonlit for Students

: lighted by the moon
  • a moonlit night


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