Antonyms for moonlighted

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He walked over the moonlighted green, which was now quite deserted.

Dancing still, encircled by my arms, and gliding along like a sea-nymph on moonlighted foam, she sighed restlessly.

Through his brain swept a vision, moonlighted, of the fair witch's haunt, and her nude shape dominant as she condemned him.

It was warm, but a soft breeze blew in from the moonlighted Hudson just below them.

For a long while he sat there, his pipe dead, his eyes on the moonlighted out-of-doors.

My companion on this visit was the young gentleman who slid into the sentimentals, as I have recorded, upon the moonlighted mole.

What more delightful than to stand in the moonlighted garden and pluck the velvet leaves.

That look was to me like a net thrown into moonlighted water: it brought nothing back but broken lights of a miraculous beauty.

When he had first entered the moonlighted room, she had turned from the piano and had held out her hands to him.

I can feel your presence as I felt it that night in the empty house as you stood on the threshold of that moonlighted room.