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The ox-eyed daisies in this orchard, which gave it such a moony look sometimes, grew wild and happy, and had their hour.
Rose gave him no time for reflection, or the moony imagining of their raptures lovers love to dwell upon.
It was a pretty little ditty of the usual moony order, and Mamie sang it well enough.
OLIVE IN ITALYMORAY DALTON
For all he'm so moony an' gentlelike, I think he'm a terrible passionate man inside.
Sir Claude looked at the moony globe of the lamp; he seemed to see for an instant what seeing Mrs. Beale would consist of.
WHAT MAISIE KNEWHENRY JAMES
Terrence Moony swore 'by the powers of mud that it bate everything intirely.'
Though he might have jist given me a grip of the hand, and said good-bye to ye, Terrence Moony, my boy.
In Terrence Moony we have only shown the impetuous generosity and warmth of affection that characterize his countrymen.
Rhoda had had a dreamy way with her since Thomas's birth; moony, as Peggy, who didn't approve, called it.
THE LEE SHOREROSE MACAULAY
We drained together its honeyed wine,We cast the seeds away; I slipped and fell on the moony rinds,And you took me home on a dray!

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