verb (used with or without object), sun·burned or sun·burnt, sun·burn·ing.
- sunburst pleats,
Origin of sunburn
Examples from the Web for sunburnt
By day's end, you were bone dry, sunburnt and cut all over from corn burn.
Set in a castle in the Italian town of Montale, the novel is mostly something of a sunburnt idyll by the pool.
The sunburnt face, puckered with a wry wistfulness, was only comic in its incongruous coat of grease.No Hero|E.W. Hornung
We went down to bathe stark naked, with the sunset glowing orange on our sunburnt limbs.At Suvla Bay|John Hargrave
His nose expected an odor of pine and wet ground; instead there was a faint parched perfume of burning wood and sunburnt clay.Beginners Luck|Emily Hahn
"Excuse mine," he answered, exhibiting his sunburnt, work-stained hand.
His blue eyes are just as merry, and his frank, fearless face as sunburnt, as when we first made his acquaintance on the pier.Charlie Scott|Unknown