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- adj. Resembling a sunburn, usually in color.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sunburn.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as sunburnt.
- Dried by the heat of the sun: as, sunburned bricks.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. suffering from overexposure to direct sunlight
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Her skin was the color and texture of well-used leather, recalling the sunburned lives of her Navajo ancestors.
With our slippery fingers still entwined, we made our way past a sunburned fisherman unhooking a sand shark — his fourth, judging by the pile in the middle of the pier — from his fishing rod.
He clenches the bill of his baseball cap in his fat, sunburned fist.
The beach bunch is sunburned, a sand shopworn, hot, as well as full of waste -- no place for upon foot barefoot.
The beach garland is sunburned, a silt shopworn, hot, as well as full of waste -- no place for upon foot barefoot.
Whether it's an over-the-counter body scrub or microdermabrasian kit, he recommends limiting the process to once a week and never exfoliating sunburned skin.
Photos released by the Mexican navy showed several sunburned fishermen in T-shirts and Bermudas waiting to get on a bus.
I returned to Lahore five weeks later, shell-shocked, hungry for company, but hardened, sunburned, and at least now aware of the scale of the problem.
Clockwise from top left: Richard Chai; Issa; Stella McCartney; Suno; Givenchy; Proenza Schouler Before there was Trader Vic's, "South Pacific" and sunburned tourists sporting hibiscus prints anywhere the sun shines, there was simply Hawaii.
Our noses were slightly sunburned, but we had no regrets about being upsold.