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sunbow a small rainbow created by the refraction of the sun's rays through fine spray, as from a waterfall or sprinkler.
sunburn uncomfortable or painful reddening of the skin caused by overexposure to the sun. [2 definitions]
sunburst a sudden outbreak of sunlight, as through parting clouds. [2 definitions]
sun-cured preserved by drying in the sun.
sundae a serving of ice cream with one or more toppings of syrup, fruit, chopped nuts, whipped cream, and the like.
sun dance a ritual dance performed by certain North American Plains Indians at the summer solstice.
Sunday the first day of the week, occurring between the Saturday of the previous week and Monday. [4 definitions]
Sunday best (informal) a person's nicest or dressiest clothing.
Sunday-go-to-meeting (informal) of clothes, manners, or the like, one's best or most presentable.
Sunday punch a boxer's strongest punch. [2 definitions]
Sundays on Sundays; each Sunday; every Sunday.
Sunday school a class, usu. at a church, that offers religious instruction on Sunday.
sun deck a platform, porch, ship's deck, or the like used for sunbathing.
sunder to tear, force, or break apart; divide. [2 definitions]
sundew any of various small marsh plants having sticky hairs that trap insects for food.
sundial an apparatus with a projecting shaft or style that projects a shadow onto a flat circular disk and thus shows the approximate time of day.
sun disk an ancient Near Eastern religious symbol representing the sun god and consisting of a disk and two serpents flanked by a pair of outstretched wings. [2 definitions]
sundog see parhelion.
sundown the time when the sun sinks below the horizon; sunset.
sundries small, inexpensive things of various kinds.
sundry of various kinds; miscellaneous.