moony : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a lighted by moonlight
- s dreamy in mood or nature
- Shot nearly two years ago and financed by the now-defunct New Line Cinema, this moony love story connected with female audiences in an unusually crowded marketplace for femme films.
- Indeed, the picture could be called Lunacy, since its protagonist's mind drifts between moony and loony.
- Add to that, Obama's knack of inspiring political leaders to behave like moony adolescents competing for his attention.
News & Articles
- Hannah Goldfield: Elegant farmhouse cuisine at Narcissa, in the East Village.
André Balazs, the real-estate developer and hotelier behind the Chateau Marmont and the Standard—with his golden tan and chiselled features, tastefully unbuttoned shirts and glamorous companions—does not look like a man who owns a cow. But there she is: Narcissa, her moony eyes staring . . .
March 22, 2014 - The New Yorker
- Kurt Loder in Huffington Post (blog)
And Kurt Loder of MTV writes, "'New Moon' is a notable improvement over 'Twilight,'" noting there's "not quite so much moony young-adult yearning (although Lord knows there's enough of it); and there's a little more action."
- Bruce Paltrow in guardian.co.uk
Camille Paglia, writing here, referred to her as "vacuous, sallow, moony, rubbernecked" and, noting that she is the daughter of actress Blythe Danner and late producer/director Bruce Paltrow, called her "a preening, pampered princess who's...