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full moon

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfull moonˌfull ˈmoon noun [singular]  TTSthe moon when you can see all of it as a complete circlenew moon, half moon, crescent moon
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full moonI believe there is a full moon.Clouds drifted over to veil the almost full moon, and I heard somewhere from Gammon Ridge a deep, howling wail.It surprised her to see a nearly full moon, a stack of fast-moving clouds passing northward.There was a bright, nearly full moon.A blue moon is the second full moon in one month.Abruptly the full moon passed across the gaping wound in their roof and no longer shone directly into the room.Many are much brighter than the full Moon, and some of the largest even rival the Sun in brightness.
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