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Lit by the moon.
bright, cloudless, unclouded, without a cloud in the sky, fair, fine, light, undimmedView synonyms
- ‘Back at my cottage, sweeping the path, my mind raced furiously over the sight of the aged lady in that moonlit room.’
- ‘It begins one snowy, moonlit Christmas Eve somewhere in America.’
- ‘Lie on a white sand beach soaking up the sun during the day and go for long moonlit walks along the oceans edge at night.’
- ‘Caitlin slowly turned away from his gaze and looked out at the gently breaking waves on the moonlit beach below.’
- ‘Those of you who work for themselves have spent many moonlit hours calculating your precise incomes and expenditures.’
- ‘The moonlit walks will run, weather permitting, every Saturday until October.’
- ‘She walks to a moonlit field where a small lake glistens beneath the quarter moon.’
- ‘The other three trucks followed him out of the wood and up the highway, heading north on the moonlit highway.’
- ‘Top models sipped champagne and danced on a moonlit terrace overlooking the sea.’
- ‘James stopped and stood looking out toward the ocean with its moonlit waves crashing against the shore.’
- ‘I stood on the crest of a hill half a kilometer from the moonlit water, with the city lights in the distance.’
- ‘He sat by the water, staring at his reflecting in the moonlit dappled water.’
- ‘Before, we used to sleep on the beach on moonlit nights.’
- ‘The lovestruck pair recited poetry to each other in moonlit Persian gardens.’
- ‘It was a beautiful moonlit night, and before we went home we walked down to the Ham Bridge across the river.’
- ‘The sun setting in the far north west went down in a blaze of red and blended so gently into a moonlit night that it seemed as if it hadn't set at all.’
- ‘It was a dark clear moonlit sky.’
- ‘Dinner here, followed by a moonlit walk back to your bungalow with the surf breaking below your feet is not quickly forgotten.’
- ‘They began to walk through the moonlit night and stayed completely silent.’
- ‘He set off at a slow walk, through the empty moonlit streets, an eerie quietness surrounding them.’
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