Definition of moonscape
: the surface of the moon as seen or as depicted; also : a landscape resembling this surface
Examples of moonscape in a Sentence
The valley is a desolate moonscape.
Recent Examples of moonscape from the Web
Now, anyone with Internet access can explore a virtual facsimile of the moonscape, courtesy of Google.
The race was close, with VBox data confirming our head-to-head results—one vehicle required just over 10 seconds to hit 60 mph across this moonscape, while the other was in the 9-second range.
In these photos, stomach glands resemble a volcanic moonscape.
The Yellow Birds is loosely built as a mystery, but mostly the film feels like an excuse for Moors to create striking visual after striking visual, as Bartle and Murph traverse fiery desert hells and dreamy moonscapes.
On the horizon the parched moonscape met a wall of black smoke from the oil wells the Islamic State has set ablaze as a cover from airstrikes.
Teams are responsible for creating their own moonscape and challenge game this year and the MoonBots team is really looking forward to teams’ creativity.
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First Known Use of moonscape
MOONSCAPE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of moonscape for English Language Learners
: the way the surface of the moon looks
: a dry and empty place that looks like the surface of the moon
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