mooner


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mooner

1. n. a drunkard. (From moonshine.) This old mooner from up in the hills wandered into town last Friday and died in the town square.
2. n. an idler who does nothing better than stare at the moon. He’s sort of a mooner. No direction and no goals in life.
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I must confess that I was once an occasional mooner, usually on the bus home from rugby matches with Llandeilo Youth.
Mooner goes throughthesame operationandhopefully we'll have him back early next season.
The pompous mooner complained: 'I am a public school educated university student, not a lout.
He stayed at home along with Peaso and Mooner rather than travelling to Belfast with the squad.
Doug Watson's Dynamic Saint came out on top under Richard Mullen in a wide-open 1m2f handicap on the dirt, denying Ted Durcan on Mooner in a driving finish.
A GIRL tried to sell the story of disgraced mooner Patrick Devine for EUR6,000 yesterday.
ACTION: In Kill Bill; FRISKY: Uma embraces Andre; CHEEKY: It's Mooner Thurman
Blond bomber Mulligan once joked that being caught pulling a mooner by Canavan during school hours was the most embarrassing moment of his life.
I have been moaning at Mooner after he missed a couple of chances recently.
Rivals include Mooner, a toplevel winner in Argentina bidding to maintain the fine run of South American-breds so far at the carnival.
Dad-of-three Jimmy, who yesterday outed himself as the mystery mooner, admitted he had acted on the spur of the moment.
The Blue Mooners have won only three out of their previous 11 games at home, while Juventus are unbeaten in their last four Champions League away matches.
Despite a largely excellent season, during which United were beaten twice and their team were challenging for a Champions League spot until a mid-season slump, the Blue Mooners look certain to endure another summer of transition.