from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Illuminated by the sun.
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- adj. Illuminated by sunlight.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Lighted by the sun.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Lighted by the sun.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lighted by sunlight
Years later, the aide describes what happened next in the kind of sunlit, slo-mo tones they use in movies.
For instance, my own memory continues to clothe my early schooldays with a kind of sunlit happiness, though I was not only not consciously happy, but distinctly and consciously unhappy.
He needed to move through that blackness to the lush, green, sunlit landscape that awaited him.
Racing against someone who is a foot taller than you, and 10 years younger, poses its own issues, Ben Ainslie says dryly as, looking across the sunlit sea, he readies himself for his next big brute of a challenge.
To her surprise and relief she spied a sunlit trail and quickly began to follow it.
The dinning space is ample with sunlit seating facing the boulevard for people watching and also more cozy private red booths for a more intimate meal.
After what felt like hours, Destry found himself squeezing through the thickest of the bramble-trees and into the sunlit clearing that housed the cocoon.
Clearly McCarthy's side can play a bit to have done so well against the best the Premier League has to offer, but, as the blunt Yorkshireman knows better than just about anyone else, survival is normally achieved by beating the teams around you, not the ones on the sunlit uplands in the distance.
For her his face was sunlit, and she needs must take it between her hands and hold it forever.
We used to spend a few weeks every summer at my grandparents' semi-detached house just 100 yards from Paignton seafront and my childhood memories are flooded with long, sunlit days spent on the beach.