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sunbaked

[ suhn-beykt ]
/ ˈsʌnˌbeɪkt /
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adjective

baked by exposure to the sun, as bricks.
heated, dried, or hardened by the heat of the sun.

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Origin of sunbaked

1620–30; sun + baked
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sunbaked
/ (ˈsʌnˌbeɪkt) /

adjective

(esp of roads, etc) dried or cracked by the sun's heat
baked hard by the heat of the sunsunbaked bricks
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