Origin of suntanned
verb (used with or without object), sun·tanned, sun·tan·ning.
Origin of suntan
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Contemporary Examples of suntanned
Ruth Calderon's state education created "the new Hebrew... a courageous practical and suntanned soldier."
They are consistent with the same old exclusivity and elitism of the suntanned Sabra soldier.
Historical Examples of suntanned
The reflection made him smile genially, and she noted how dazzling his even teeth were in his suntanned face.
Jim glanced at his girl, scratched the back of his suntanned neck, and felt in his pocket.Scattergood Baines
Clarence Budington Kelland
- a brownish colouring of the skin caused by the formation of the pigment melanin within the skin on exposure to the ultraviolet rays of the sun or a sunlampOften shortened to: tan
- (as modifier)suntan oil