Examples of sunny in a Sentence
the sunniest parts of the country
We found a sunny place to have lunch.
If it's sunny later, we can go to the park.
Recent Examples of sunny from the Web
Most Americans grew up thinking of tacos as those crunchy, sunny yellow circles folded into a deep-sided boat just wide enough to hold a spoonful of timidly spicy filling and narrow enough to contain our ideas of what Mexican cooking is.
The weather Tuesday morning was sunny, with temperatures in the high 80s.
The Andes give Mendoza its altitude, with some of its best vineyards rising to roughly 3,000 feet in elevation, and others soaring past 5,000 feet, providing a sunny, dry climate with cool nights.
The picturesque, sunny day seemed to contribute to the event's success.
The Mariners are red hot, just in time for a weekend series vs. the first-place Astros in sunny Seattle.
The course can handle 120 people ages 7 and up at a time, so on a perfect sunny day, an 8-hour shift WhoaZone shift could bring to the city $19,200 in admission alone.
High temperatures still likely to reach the mid-80s, with near-90 possible if the afternoon truly does turn sunny.
Despite his Ray-Bans, virtuosity with a whistle and sunny Sicilian disposition, Mr. Messina is not a seaside lifeguard but a Roman police officer in a pith helmet.
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First Known Use of sunny
SUNNY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sunny for English Language Learners
: having plenty of bright sunlight
: cheerful and happy
SUNNY Defined for Kids
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