[moon-shahy-ner] /ˈmunˌʃaɪ nər/
a person who distills or sells liquor, especially corn liquor, illegally.
a person who pursues any illegal trade or activity at night.
(US & Canadian) a person who illegally makes or smuggles distilled spirits
[moon-shot] /ˈmunˌʃɒt/ noun 1. the act or procedure of launching a rocket or spacecraft to the . /ˈmuːnˌʃɒt/ noun 1. the launching of a spacecraft, rocket, etc, to the moon
[moon-shot] /ˈmunˌʃɒt/ noun 1. the act or procedure of launching a rocket or spacecraft to the . /ˈmuːnˌʃɒt/ noun 1. the launching of a spacecraft, rocket, etc, to the moon n. 1958, from moon (n.) + shot (n.).
[moon-struhk] /ˈmunˌstrʌk/ adjective 1. mentally deranged, supposedly by the influence of the ; crazed. 2. dreamily romantic or bemused. /ˈmuːnˌstrʌk/ adjective 1. deranged or mad adj. 1670s, from moon (n.) + struck (see strike (v.)). Cf. Greek selenobletos. For sense, cf. moon (v.). Perhaps coined by Milton.
[moon-stohn] /ˈmunˌstoʊn/ noun 1. Also called precious moonstone. a semitransparent or translucent, opalescent, pearly-blue variety of adularia, used as a gem. 2. any of several adularescent feldspars, as certain varieties of albite, labradorite, or oligoclase, used as gems. 3. (not used technically) any milky or girasol used as a gem. /ˈmuːnˌstəʊn/ noun 1. a gem […]