Examples of sundowner in a Sentence
sundowners showing up at a sheep station looking for work
Recent Examples of sundowner from the Web
Recently, that meant that when Santa Ana winds were done blowing through Ventura County, sundowner winds would pick up in Santa Barbara County.
Wandering behavior occurs more often in the evening or overnight because of sundowner syndrome.
And in December, the same company plans to introduce the 16-passenger RV African Dream along southern Africa’s Chobe and Zambezi Rivers with eight staterooms, a pool and roof terrace for sundowners.
Personal bush butlers will arrange sunrise and sunset boat tours, sundowners on sandbars, and candlelit dinners on private decks and floating docks.
Namibia rivals any African destination with Sossusvlei desert dunes, Etosha watering holes, Swakopmund sundowners, and and the epic Skeleton Coast.
Arrange for a private sundowner—a gin and tonic, perhaps, or one of 25 whiskeys—followed by a candlelit dinner of local specialties such as green banana soup and ugali, a polenta-like dish that forms the basis of most Tanzanian meals.
Play castaway, snorkeling off of your own stretch of sand, then rejoin humanity for sundowners under the sails of Benguerra’s private dhow.
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First Known Use of sundowner
Synonymsbindle stiff, bum, bummer, hobo, tramp [Australian], swaggie [chiefly Australian], swagman [chiefly Australian], vagabond, vagrant
Related Wordsdrifter, roamer, transient; beggar, derelict, mendicant, panhandler, stiff; dodger, malingerer, shirker, slacker; gamine, ragamuffin, urchin, waif
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