sunlounger


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sunlounger

(ˈsʌnlaʊndʒə)
n
a reclining chair used when sunbathing
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If you're on the lookout from the end of November to March, chances are you'll be lucky enough to spot the sea giants all the way from your sunlounger, as hundreds migrate from Alaska to the warmer climes of Baja California peninsula waters, to breed and rear their calves.
Meanwhile, the ergonomically shaped Gumball armchair and sunlounger are especially suitable for recreational settings like pools and spas.
Splurge: Suntime Monte Carlo rocking sunlounger, John Lewis, PS109 Save: Nevada Premium textilene rocking bed with pillow, B&M, PS19.
He said: "In Lanzarote I seemed to spend more time on the sunlounger than practising my doubles - but it seemed to work.
Back around the pools, it was sometimes difficult to find a sunlounger where I could safely watch Jesse in the water.
So grab a sunlounger while the Germans aren't looking, and enjoy a relaxing break in the garden without fear of them looming in the background.
uk DRY OFF * If you're going away this summer, tactfully leave this Team GB towel over a sunlounger and fellow holidaymakers might think you're an Olympic athlete.
If Thompson want to continue to promise they build holidays "with you in mind" they had better end sunlounger apartheid now, or risk a mutiny.
However, the X-shaped design of the museum continues to generate controversy, having been likened by its critics to a sunlounger, and even as a "trashy tart" alongside the splendid old ladies Liverpudlians know and revere as the Three Graces.
In one, she shows off her peachy bum on a sunlounger and a second displays her tanned torso in a bikini.
There's even a rooftop swimming pool with sunlounger for its discerning guests
A HOMELESS man stole a sunlounger from a garden because it looked comfy enough to sleep on.