Definition of Moonies

1. Noun. (plural of Moonie) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of moony) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Moonies

1. moony [n] - See also: moony

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Moonies

mooneyes
moonface
moonfaced
moonfaces
moonfish
moonfishes
moonflower
moonflowers
moong
moongazing
moonglade
moonglades
moongs
moonie
moonier
moonies (current term)
mooniest
moonily
mooniness
mooninesses
mooning
moonings
moonish
moonishly
moonless
moonlessly
moonlessness
moonlet
moonlets
moonlight

Literary usage of Moonies

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1. The Pocket Magazine by George Cruikshank (1829)
"The Mur- roughs and the moonies have burst from their seeming neutrality, and now all is confusion and uproar. The more timid fly in haste from the fair ..."

2. An Account of the Interior of Ceylon, and of Its Inhabitants: With Travels by John Davy (1821)
"The moonies, by means of extreme purity and profound contemplation, have acquired extraordinary wisdom and knowledge; they are acquainted with the past and ..."

3. Biblical Counsel: Resources for Renewal : an Annotated Topical Bibliography by Steven C. Kettler (1993)
"The Spiritual Unification Church (moonies) 'Hassan, Steven, Combating Cult Mind ... moonies in America: Cult, Church and Crusade (Sage Library of Social ..."

4. The Metropolitan (1833)
"The rajah's second volume formed the subject of this reading. It consists chiefly of moral sentences called slokas, or enlightened moonies, selected from ..."

5. History of the Presbyterian Church in the Dominion of Canada by William Gregg (1885)
"... fifty-seven; on moonies River, forty-two, and on Mill Branch, ten. All the last mentioned are from twelve to sixteen miles from the church. ..."

6. A Catalogue of the Library of the Hon. East-India Company by East India Company Library (1845)
"moonies, &c., Sanskrit and English, translated by Muha Raja Kalee Krishna Bahadur. (2 copies) 8vo. Serampore, 1831 Pataliputra und Geschichte der ..."

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