Recent Examples of suntan from the Web
Jordan Spieth, British Open leader heading into final round Every golfer in this field plays with a purpose, but Spieth wears it like a suntan.
Melanin, the substance responsible for freckles, moles, and suntans, is actually the body’s way of defending itself from UVA/UVB damage.
There were hand-delivered telegrams when something dreadful happened in Baltimore and a pay phone a few blocks away at the store that sold the suntan oil and beach chairs.
In a city built on suntans and sports cars, the computing cohort look somewhat out of place.
As part of its sponsorship, the hotel association provided mini suntan lotion bottles for delegates’ welcome bags.
Now only traces of the original boardwalk remain from those days, but the smell of corn dogs or Coppertone suntan lotion can bring back memories of bumper-car rides or skee-ball games in cool arcades with gaudy neon lights.
The rest are a lot more relaxed because school is almost out, the snow is melting and limbs are bared to begin working on suntans.
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First Known Use of suntan
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Definition of suntan for English Language Learners
: a browning of the skin that is caused by the sun's rays
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