Definition of old moon in English:

old moon

Syllabification: old moon

noun

The moon in its last quarter, before the new moon.
More example sentences
  • We'd be old friends looking at an old moon, against the backdrop of lit-up Chicago.
  • There is a slice of new, or old moon in the sky to the east, with Mars still glowing orange in the west.
  • For those of you who saw that big old moon in the sky last night, with its full face aglow, you will understand.

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