Definition of sunglass
1 : a convex lens for converging the sun's rays
2 sunglasses plural : glasses to protect the eyes from the sun
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Shay also took care to pack quite the collection of trendy accessories for her trip, sporting a pair of retro yellow sunglasses that make our grandfather's readers look cooler than ever.
He was last seen wearing a red Nike T-shirt, a gold Yankees hat and sunglasses.
Dale Romans' sunglasses slid ever so slightly down his nose as the trainer shuffled past the winner's circle and into the shadowy tunnel Thursday at Churchill Downs.
Arriving to the launch of her new sunglasses collection in New York, the model looked like an actual Barbie come to life.
Creative cocktails come garnished with green tea Kit Kats or tiny sunglasses.
In the second robbery, the gunman was also wearing sunglasses and described as 5 feet 10 inches tall and 180 pounds.
One of the few Riley detractors was 18-year-old West Kendall resident Eric Avila, who wore a bright yellow banana suit and long-frame sunglasses.
The FBI is now interested in a man responsible for 3 Treasure Valley bank robberies since December — each time wearing a green Cabela’s hat and dark sunglasses.
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