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  • n. A costume designed to protect a child from the sun.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a child's garment consisting of a brief top and shorts


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sun +‎ suit


  • They last saw each other 79 years ago at an orphanage in Troy, N. Y.Lill, who was 4, recalls that Nohlquist, then 2, was wearing a sunsuit with a duck on the front.

    Yes, I Remember It Well

  • I was shocked when she switched to the little blue sunsuit.

    Hot Woman and Pita Bread «

  • It can be forty below zero with soul-shrivelling winds, and while the rest of us are wrapped in layers of down and still freezing our asses off, this woman will be strolling down Bank Street, pulling her cart, dressed in just her little blue sunsuit, with not a goosebump on her.

    Hot Woman and Pita Bread «

  • Telzey snapped the tiny library shut, fastened it to the belt of her sunsuit and went over to the open window.

    The Complete Federation Of The Hub

  • She was not wearing exotic clothing but rather a simple sunsuit of green and white, cut in the style of their own era.

    The Golden Torc

  • They talked about the best way to repair a torn carpet, their favorite recipes for hamburger, easy ways to make a sunsuit.

    The Women’s Room

  • Amanda, in an orange sunsuit, had tried of chasing moths and was studying the peculiar afternoon shadow projected across the countryside by Bow Wow Mountain.

    Another Roadside Attraction

  • She was barefoot and her patched yellow sunsuit was faded and worn.

    The Red Trailer Mystery

  • What Trixie thought of was a little barefoot girl in a patched sunsuit, cradling a black puppy to her thin body.

    The Red Trailer Mystery

  • I can still feel the scratchy gray fabric of Nagypapa’s suit, and see his polka-dot bow tie, as I sit on his lap, wearing my bright yellow American sunsuit with white rickrack trim.

    Enemies of the People


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