sunbather


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sun·bathe

 (sŭn′bāth′)
intr.v. sun·bathed, sun·bath·ing, sun·bathes
To expose the body to the sun.

sun′bath′er (-bā′thər) n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sunbather - someone who basks in the sunshine in order to get a suntansunbather - someone who basks in the sunshine in order to get a suntan
do-nothing, idler, layabout, loafer, bum - person who does no work; "a lazy bum"
Translations

sunbather

[ˈsʌnbeɪðəʳ] Npersona f que toma el sol

sunbather

[ˈsʌnbeɪðər] nadepte mf du bronzage

sunbather

[ˈsʌnˌbeɪðəʳ] nchi prende il sole
References in periodicals archive ?
mirrornews@mirror.co.uk @dailymirror Down sunbather
The frozen body plunged from the landing gear of a Kenya Airways flight, just missing a sunbather on Sunday.
THIS is the dramatic moment a sunbather plunged 200ft into the Thames from almost the top of London's Tower Bridge.
It is alleged that a man in his forties or fifties with an English accent, who was completely naked at the time of the incident, inappropriately touched a sunbather.
Nerves, Stereo (LES3), Tsunami, Tincture, and Sunbather (all works 2016) are the distinctly Angeleno titles of a group of exacting wall sculptures that captured the tone of Didion's gimlet-eyed counter to the prevailing ethos of sunny California optimism--marrying the anxious energy of the writer's prose with the West Coast Light and Space movement's surface buoyancy.
And the mystery sunbather's bid to enjoy this week's heatwave has led to some Facebook users complaining she was guilty of "indecency."
After years of heavy touring and dues-paying, and with the imminent release of their second and most fay-formed album, Sunbather, Deatheaven are due to elicit yet another Greek chorus of opinions from metal and indie rock circles alike.
The silly sunbather may have been topping up his tan in Knowledge Village but surely he's left his brain at home?
CHICAGO -- When a devoted sunbather claims to be addicted to tanning, that might not be an exaggeration.
Three of the species tested were primarily self-warmers and one was a sunbather, the scientists found.
And remember that the sun does not discriminate between a sunbather and someone taking the dog for a walk; incidental sun exposure, such as gardening, shopping or driving with your arm out the window, adds up to long-term sun damage.