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superlativeform of spoony: most spoony.
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As a member of the guard he wore a pair of immaculate white duck trousers, which held the "spooniest" crease imaginable.
Well, of all the spooniest, unsociable, selfish people, you two are the worst.
The Workingman's Paradise An Australian Labour Novel John Maurice Miller
Then Miss Amelia gave out "marriage" to the spooniest young man in the district, and "stepfather" to a man who was courting a widow with nine children; and "coquette" to our Shelley, who had been making sheep's eyes at Johnny Myers, so it took her by surprise and she joined the majority, which by that time occupied seats.
There was a catch, a trip, and Mr. Butler went to the ground, mussing the knees of his spooniest pair of white ducks.
Then Miss Amelia gave out "marriage" to the spooniest young man in the district, and
Laddie; a true blue story Gene Stratton-Porter 1893
Late walks, and the spooniest of flirtations characterize the Saturday evening.
The Recreations of a Country Parson Andrew Kennedy Hutchison Boyd 1862
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