"moon-raker" Definition

  1. a native of Wiltshire; because it is said that some men of that county, seeing the reflection of the moon in a pond, took it to be a cheese, and endeavoured to pull it out with a rake.

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Position in the dictionary: 2216 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: mooney, mooning, moonlight, moonshee, moonshine, mop, mop up, mops and brooms, mopusses, moral
Previous words in the dictionary: moon, mooching, mooch, month of sundays, monniker, monkey’s allowance, monkey-boat, monkey-board, monkey with a long tail, monkey

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