ADJ. brief, short We had a brief honeymoon in Paris. | long | second After so many years of marriage, we're planning a second honeymoon.
VERB + HONEYMOON go on, have, leave for, spend They go on honeymoon the day after the wedding.
HONEYMOON + VERB be over (usually figurative) The honeymoon was over and the reality of what she had taken on began to dawn.
HONEYMOON + NOUN couple | suite | period (figurative) There was always a honeymoon period when Mum started a new job.
PREP. for a ~ They can't decide where to go for their honeymoon. | on ~ While on honeymoon in Bali, she learned to scuba dive.