[ suhn-gloh ]
/ ˈsʌnˌgloʊ /
a diffused, hazy light seen around the sun, caused by atmospheric dust.
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Words nearby sunglow
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Example sentences from the Web for sunglow
Out of the sunglow the arm crept like a snake, then it lay still in the shadow betwixt the two who slumbered unheeding.
Now and again there was the sharp twang in it of the bog-myrtle, sweltering in the sunglow.
British Dictionary definitions for sunglow
/ (ˈsʌnˌɡləʊ) /
a pinkish glow often seen in the sky before sunrise or after sunset. It is caused by scattering or diffraction of sunlight by particles in the atmosphere
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