sunshade

Part of speech: noun

Something used as protection form the sun's rays, as a parasol.

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Usage examples "sunshade":

  1. She smiled cordially, nodded, signaled with her sunshade, and hurried through the little gate toward him. - "The Desired Woman", Will N. Harben.
  2. The sunshade came a little lower, and the fingers played nervously with the ivory handle. - "By Reef and Palm", Louis Becke.
  3. The foolish thing insists I have blue eyes and light brown hair and I was smiling when I looked at him in passing; not smiling at him, of course, but from something the people in the car had said; and I had one glove off and carried the other with the blue sunshade. - "The Wrong Twin", Harry Leon Wilson.