Definition of sunlight
: the light of the sun : sunshine
Examples of sunlight in a Sentence
Sunlight streamed through the windows.
let's raise the shades and let in some sunlight
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My house is made of the stuff of dreams, flitting like ghosts in the sunlight, dust devils meandering without destination.
Rich color, scorching sunlight and a sense of pervasive loneliness characterize his work, writes Crocker associate director and chief curator, Scott Shields.
The summer solstice marks the day with the most hours of sunlight for the entire year.
Too much sunlight may also lead to a thickening and/or yellowing of the conjunctiva, the membrane covering the eye.
Atkins worked with cyanotypes, an early form of photographic printing that relied on chemicals and sunlight.
Unlike cameras, for example, lidar cannot be fooled by shadows or blinded by bright sunlight.
All of that would be made possible by raising the new expressway farther off the ground and drastically reducing the number of support piers, allowing sunlight to shine through for the first time in 50 years.
Scalping makes blades too stubby to collect enough sunlight for healthy growth.
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: the light of the sun
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