- adj. alternative spelling of sunkissed.
“I remembered how in the memory we now shared, Menessos was alive, his skin sun-kissed, shoulders thick from hard labor.”
“Where do the sun-kissed children of the black experience stand in times of greatest crisis for our people in Haiti?”
“Holding onto that sun-kissed glow doesn't have to mean baking in a tanning booth.”
“Often, before heading out, she very quickly brushes bronzer high on her cheekbones "so they look a little bit sun-kissed.”
“I am told by a friend to request to sit at a window seat on the left, and an hour or so into the flight I see why—the most spectacular view of the sun-kissed Andes and piercing blue glacial lakes below.”
“But on this brilliant, sun-kissed, April school vacation morning, I was walking into town alone.”
“After shaking off the sand and scrubbing off their sun-kissed makeup, Matt Bomer, who plays White Collar's swoonworthy con man Neal Caffrey, and Piper Perabo, the Golden Globe-nominated knockout behind Covert Affairs' CIA rookie Annie Walker, chill out at a café on New York's Chelsea Piers.”
“I notice the highlights in my son's hair, sun-kissed blond -- and, come to think of it, too long?”
“Hawaii had ripened her -- Hawaii, where flesh is golden and where all women are ripe and sun-kissed.”
“A shrinking, clinging sort of a girl, Freda pictured her, with weak mouth and pretty pouting lips, blow-away sun-kissed hair, and eyes full of the merry shallows and the lesser joys of life.”
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