sunburnt

Part of speech: adjective

Sunburned.

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Usage examples "sunburnt":

  1. Imagine a sunburnt little being with black hair, and her mother's beautiful eyebrows, always busy with her dolls, or fetching in wood, or baking little cakes of her own for father when mother's baking bread for us all, chattering to the birds on the roof, or singing now and then, just because some stray note of music has come into her head. - "The Great Hunger", Johan Bojer.
  2. The old man, whose profile was clear as that of a king on a copper coin, was deeply lined and darkly sunburnt. - "The Guests Of Hercules", C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson.
  3. Never complaining, and stepped up to bed More and more slow, a tall and sunburnt man Grown bony and bearded, knowing you would be dead Before the summer, glad your life began Even thus to end, after so short a span, And mused a space serenely, Then fell to easy slumber, At peace, content. - "Poems - Second Series", J. C. Squire.