OTHER WORDS FROM sunburnun·sun·burned, adjectiveun·sun·burnt, adjectivewell-sunburned, adjectivewell-sunburnt, adjective
How to use sunburn in a sentence
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.
A remarkable man he was indeed; simple and earnest in manner, with a fine eye, a full dark beard and sunburnt face.
Presently she was again disturbed by the appearance of a round, sunburnt, smiling face at the kitchen door.
Sunburnt and vigorous, as he stood there among the pale-faced townsmen, he seemed more than ever full of power.
Michael and Alan were in their element during that sunburnt hour of cricket before afternoon school.Sinister Street, vol. 1|Compton Mackenzie
"Allow me," says a pleasant-voiced sunburnt man as he stoops to remove some of his things to make room for us.Round the Wonderful World|G. E. Mitton