moonshine definition

  • noun:
    • Moonlight.
    • Informal Foolish talk or thought; nonsense.
    • Illegally distilled whiskey. Also called regionally white lightning.
    • The light associated with moon; moonlight.
    • Illegally distilled alcohol, so named because much of the production procedure frequently is conducted without synthetic light at night if the moon is shining.
    • nonsense
    • A branch of pure mathematics pertaining the monster group to an invariant of elliptic features; see monstrous moonshine.
    • The light of this moon.
    • therefore, program without material or reality.
    • 30 days.
    • A preparation of eggs for meals.
    • Liquor smuggled or illicitly distilled, specially liquor distilled illegally in rural areas of the south U. S.
    • The shining or light for the moon.
    • Figuratively (as light without temperature), program without compound or reality: pretense; vacant program; fiction: as, that's all moonshine.
    • per month.
    • A dish of poached eggs supported with a sauce.
    • Smuggled spirits: so called to be introduced or taken away through the night.
    • whiskey illegally distilled from a corn mash
    • the light associated with Moon
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To distill and offer alcohol illegally.
  • adjective:
    • Moonlight.
    • Empty; insignificant; idle.
    • Designating, or regarding, illicit liquor.
  • others:
    • Illuminated by the moon.
    • Nocturnal.
    • Empty; insignificant.
  • verb:
    • distill (alcoholic beverages) illegally; produce moonshine

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