Examples of moonshine in a Sentence
Everything they said was just a load of moonshine.
during Prohibition, moonshine and “bathtub gin” were made secretly
Recent Examples of moonshine from the Web
My house is a red-cedar cabin on the land where my grandfather used to make moonshine.
Enterprising entrepreneurs modified their vehicles to create space to haul moonshine and souped up the engines to outrun revenue agents.
Looking for a local establishment that carries moonshine?
Two Kentucky State Police officers and a county coroner were indicted on multiple counts Thursday including stealing hundreds of rounds of ammo and more than a dozen weapons, and illegally transporting moonshine and eyeballs.
Small-batch distilleries producing legal moonshine have popped up all over the country.
Rick Bragg writes like Rick Bragg, and his is a world of skillets and moonshine, possums and hogs, full of tornadoes and hardworking men who tell tales and drink and treasure a silent moment leaning against a tree.
He is also accused of possessing Oxycodone, a schedule II narcotic drug, and transporting moonshine in a vehicle owned by Scott County.
My life there was about moonshine and real stars sparkling on you.
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MOONSHINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of moonshine for English Language Learners
: a kind of alcohol that people make illegally
: foolish or untrue words
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