Definition of moonbat in English:

moonbat

Syllabification: moon·bat
Pronunciation: /ˈmo͞onˌbat
 
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noun

US informal , • derogatory
  • A person with extreme left-wing political views: how did he go from being a fringe moonbat to being embraced by mainstream Democrats?
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    • I was hoping for at least some wingnut or moonbat to find a way to link the current White House staff to the high winds and driving rains approaching North Carolina right now.
    • Her source was a lefty moonbat with an ax to grind.
    • Just like a typical moonbat, you took someone else's cause and made it your own.

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