English version

moonlit

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmoonlitmoon‧lit /ˈmuːnˌlɪt/ adjective [only before noun]  BRIGHTlit by the moon a moonlit garden
Examples from the Corpus
moonlitThere, some twenty paces away across the moonlit clearing, was a crouched figure pointing a shotgun straight at them.With Richard, I wanted moonlit dinners, and what did I get?She peered out into the moonlit garden and felt a wave of desperation sweep over her.a moonlit gardenHe stood on the moonlit grass, swaying slightly, holding himself upright but still fast asleep.She turned to him, and held his face on their moonlit pillow.Later, she stood alone at her bedroom window, looking out at the moonlit sea.At four, he awoke exhausted, and lay staring at his moonlit window until dawn.
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