Definition of Moon around

1. Verb. Be idle in a listless or dreamy way.

Exact synonyms: Moon, Moon On
Generic synonyms: Idle, Laze, Slug, Stagnate



2. Verb. Be apathetic, gloomy, or dazed. "Sam and Sue moon around over the results of the experiment"
Exact synonyms: Moon About, Mope
Generic synonyms: Be
Derivative terms: Mope

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Moon Around

mools
mooly
moon
moon-blind
moon-curser
moon-eye
moon-eyed
moon-face
moon-faced
moon-faces
moon-ray
moon-round
moon-splashed
moon-worship
moon about
moon around (current term)
moon bag
moon bags
moon bear
moon bears
moon blindness
moon boot
moon boots
moon bounce
moon bounces
moon cake
moon carrot
moon curser
moon daisy
moon face

Literary usage of Moon around

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Story of the Heavens by Robert Stawell Ball (1885)
"If we further add that the path pursued by the moon around the heavens lies in a plane, then we are forced to the conclusion that the moon must be revolving ..."

2. An Elementary Astronomy for Academies and Schools: Illustrated by Numerous by Hiram Mattison (1849)
"This revolution of the moon around the earth, is called a lunation. The points A and E, in the moon's orbit, are called her syzygies ; C and G her ..."

3. Discovery, Or, The Spirit and Service of Science by Richard Arman Gregory (1916)
"The elliptical paths of the moon around the earth, the earth and other planets around the sun, and of all satellites around their primary planets were ..."

4. A Compendium of Astronomy: Containing the Elements of the Science by Denison Olmsted (1866)
"The attraction of the sun, however, being every where greater than that of the earth, the actual path of the moon around the sun is every where concave ..."

5. Letters on Astronomy, Addressed to a Lady, in which the Elements of the by Denison Olmsted (1848)
"T,he attraction of the sun, however, being every where greater than that of the earth, the actual path of the moon around the sun is every where concave ..."

6. An Introduction to Astronomy: Designed as a Text Book for the Students of by Denison Olmsted (1855)
"The attraction of the sun, however, being every where greater than that of the earth, the actual path of the moon around the sun is every where concave ..."

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