[ US /ˈmunˌstɹək/ ]
[ UK /mˈuːnstɹʌk/ ]
  1. insane and believed to be affected by the phases of the moon
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How To Use moonstruck In A Sentence

  • The words of the driver as he sailed away were -- "Go home and die, you moonstruck, gibbering, wobbling omadhaun," and she had thought that his description was apt and eloquent. Here are Ladies
  • And generally we rest pretty content with our failures; we are content to be misapprehended by cackling flirts; but when once a man is moonstruck with this affection of love, he makes it a point of honour to clear such dubieties away. Virginibus Puerisque and other papers
  • Dick was not "moonstruck," but he had a manly regard for Dora that did him credit. The Rover Boys on Treasure Isle Or, The Strange Cruise of the Steam Yacht
  • Stick to business and it will be impossible for all but the daffiest of the moonstruck to misinterpret your lack of interest in pursing a romantic relationship. Warding Off Googoo Eyes
  • He can say of Johnson that he was "moonstruck," but it is from no lofty height of fancied superiority, but he uses the word as a naturalist uses a term to describe an object he loves. Birds and Poets : with Other Papers
  • The latest is a comedy, Moonstruck.
  • Again Matthew uses the word best translated as "moonstruck" to describe the patient's condition. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • Kate was still staring at him, a moonstruck expression on her face. Gideon’s war
  • Serena looked up at him with a subtly moonstruck expression. T2: INFILTRATOR
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