Definition of sunbaked
1 : heated, parched, or compacted especially by excessive sunlight
2 : baked by exposure to sunshine
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When a sunbaked terrace or garden is sweltering, an outdoor umbrella can provide immediate relief.
The day after my visit to Le Luc, Macron was hosting a rally in Toulon, a sunbaked port city less than an hour away.
Desert kites first came to the attention of science nearly a century ago, when World War I pilots reported low walls tracing gigantic polygons, funnels, and triangles across the sunbaked barrens of modern Jordan, Israel, Syria, and Saudi Arabia.
Riestra grew up in sunbaked northwestern Mexico, where houses are built as a series of passages around courtyards to keep the rooms cool.
Sample contents: The October box had a wonderful autumn theme — quite a treat for my sunbaked SoCal family.
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