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  • n. A person who basks in the sun to get a tan.

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  • n. someone who basks in the sunshine in order to get a suntan


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sunbathe +‎ -er


  • Zooming in on a sunbather in a bikini as a demonstration is not likely to allay fears about how intrusive this technology might be.

    What's the buzz? (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • This season, while patrolling Venice Beach, they ticket a nude sunbather.

    TV on DVD

  • Michael was stretched out like a sunbather on a Caribbean beach.

    Skipping a Beat

  • You'll see the occasional sunbather amid the landscape of salvage yards, parking lots and fuel tanks.

    Jesse Larner: Sxip Shirey and Sonic New York

  • (Soundbite of laughter) GROSZ: The woman told police that the sunbather had been applying sunscreen to her chest, and her sons, aged 12 and 14, quote, "had been troubled by what she was doing."

    Lightning Fill In The Blank

  • The half-dozen Mueck sculptures, from the tiny sunbather perilously adrift on his lilo to the immense dead bird – devastating memento mori – are brilliantly proportioned so that inner emotion is dramatised in outer scale.

    Extraordinary Measures

  • With that, he started for the boat, and she followed him, carrying the large pile of unfolded blankets in both arms, like a sunbather who had been surprised by rain.


  • He rolled onto his back and stretched, as drowsy as a sunbather, gazing at the blue predawn light glowing from the open window.

    A Happy Marriage

  • Janet sat on the nylon shell, one leg flat, one flexed, and she leaned back like a sunbather at lunch break on the library steps.


  • At a public pool, she kicks off her white Air Jordans and registers a Hispanic sunbather.

    Democratic Ally Mobilizes


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