Set in a castle in the Italian town of Montale, the novel is mostly something of a sunburnt idyll by the pool.
By day's end, you were bone dry, sunburnt and cut all over from corn burn.
His fat and sunburnt hands, with their short nails, contrasted strangely with his costume.
The child was thin and pale, her skin was sunburnt, but her eyes shone with intelligence.
Her skin was of the hue and smoothness of crudded cream, where not sunburnt to the brown of the wallflower.
sunburnt hands should be washed in lime water or lemon juice.
I remember, at Melbourne, when he broke in upon Dick and me, a sunburnt wild man from out the Australian bush.
He was sunburnt; but his countenance was noble and manly, and marked with self-reliance.
Then, very gently, he laid one sunburnt hand upon her shoulder.
He was genial and jocose, sunburnt and romantically allusive.
sunburn sun·burn (sŭn'bûrn')
Inflammation and erythema of the skin, often with blistering, caused by overexposure to the ultraviolet rays of direct sunlight.