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The driver regarded them as a moonstruck couple, since that sort of moon shines ever on fine evenings by the sea.
THE TERMS OF SURRENDERLOUIS TRACY
Mediocrity had only seen the gawky stripling, with his moonstruck air, and pestilent habit of trying some new crotchet.
HEROES OF THE TELEGRAPHJ. MUNRO
But he must have done something wrong, or perhaps the bobcat he followed had not been sufficiently moonstruck.
THE DUCK-FOOTED HOUNDJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
Dissatisfied, she turned back to Newlin and again the moonstruck eyes probed and assessed him.
SHOCK TREATMENTSTANLEY MULLEN
Whereupon Mr. Kinglake mewed like a moonstruck cat going to be made a mummy of for Bubastis.
ARROWS OF THE CHACE, V. 2JOHN RUSKIN
Transfixed to the spot, his moonstruck gaze rivetted on the actors, people spoke to him, and he never heard.
BLUEBELLMRS. GEORGE CROFT HUDDLESTON
But this time she spied in a few minutes his melancholy, moonstruck face, swam up to him, and said something kind and commonplace.
YEAST: A PROBLEMCHARLES KINGSLEY
He dashed it to the ground as a libation, smiling like one moonstruck, a flood of soft fancies making that bleak spot dear.
THE DUKE OF CHIMNEY BUTTEG. W. OGDEN
Moonshine suffused Dorothy's castle in Spain, and moonstruck she paced the battlements.
THE VANITY GIRLCOMPTON MACKENZIE
Dick was not "moonstruck," but he had a manly regard for Dora that did him credit.
THE ROVER BOYS ON TREASURE ISLEEDWARD STRATEMEYER (AKA ARTHUR M. WINFIELD)

WORDS RELATED TO MOONSTRUCK

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