His skin was so sunbaked as to have changed constitutionally; nothing could ever eradicate that tan.
The mold was hard and sunbaked, and the stick of little use.
He was an aspirant to leadership among the tough hard-bitted denizens of the sunbaked desert.
Antony had visions of the jealous husbanding of a few drops of hot moisture in a sunbaked leather bottle.
By mid-March the marisma was practically waterless—a fortnight later, sunbaked hard as bricks.
Mingling with their scent was the scent of thyme and heather, and the hot scent of the sunbaked earth.
For a moment the two stood, side by side, behind the trunk of the live oak, peering out over the sunbaked plain.
The hot, garbage-strewn pavements and sunbaked gutters swarmed with the sons and daughters of the Tenement.
One of his boots had also burst, his wide hat was shapeless, and sunbaked mire clung about him to the knees.
Their voices died away, and with them the dry noise of stones falling downward from their feet on the sunbaked mountain-side.