Synonyms of moonlight
Definition of moonlight
have a second job in addition to one's regular employment.
She also moonlights as a consultant to major food and kitchen product companies.
the light of the moon.
She looked frightened in the pale moonlight , her eyes wide as she backed herself against the wall.
Example of moonlight
a moonlight stroll
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.
And moonlighters may not be up to date with the rapid changes in technology.
Benji's curtains were open, allowing some moonlight to light up the room.
Carina grinned as she watched the fishes shimmer and shine in the glowing moonlight .
He heard the door slide open, letting in the soft glow of moonlight .
He smiled down at me, his smile the only thing I could see perfectly outlined in the pale, ghostly moonlight .
Her eyes gazed into the white ceiling above her, now blue with the pale moonlight .
I wanted you to see the courtyard by moonlight
I was home in the evening, except maybe one night a week when I moonlighted to make extra money, which was approved by the Army.