- The light of the moon: the river glittered under the pale moonlight [as modifier]: a moonlight strollMore example sentences
- The pale moonlight shone on the sand as Kino stepped among the dunes.
- The sky was bright with moonlight.
- The room was dark, but the blinds were open, and the woman in the bed was bathed in the cold white light of moonlight.
verb (past and past participle moonlighted)[no object] • informal Back to top
- Have a second job, typically secretly and at night, in addition to one’s regular employment: he had been moonlighting for a rival tabloidMore example sentences
- To support himself during the first few months, he found work moonlighting as a telemarketer and cutting down trees on weekends.
- After college, he took a job as an accountant and - to supplement his income - moonlighted as a basketball and football referee.
- Although medical care was free, many health care professionals moonlighted to make extra money because official health care usually involved long lines and waiting lists.
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- I'm on oncology cross-cover tonight, but since last I covered oncology, I think the hospital has been hiring moonlighters to cover part of the service overnight in addition to the slotted resident.
- Many are reluctant moonlighters, working as caterers, architects, or accountants to support their commitment to their art.
- Once upon a time, Bruce was a moonlighter.
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