Definition of Sun-ray

1. Noun. A ray of artificial ultraviolet light from a sunray lamp.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sun-ray

sums of their parts
sums up
sumset
sumsets
sumti
sumti tcita
sumy
sun
sun-bittern
sun-burner
sun-burners
sun-drenched
sun-dried
sun-god
sun-kissed
sun-ray (current term)
sun-ray lamp
sun-up
sun-worship
sun bathing
sun bear
sun bears
sun bittern
sun bitterns
sun blocker
sun cream
sun dance
sun deck
sun dog
sun dogs

Literary usage of Sun-ray

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1. James Nasmyth Engineer: An Autobiography by James Nasmyth, Samuel Smiles (1883)
"the sun-ray origin of the Pyramids, and the origin of the Arrow-head or Cuneiform Character. First, with respect to the sun-ray origin of the Egyptian ..."

2. James Nasmyth Engineer: An Autobiography by James Nasmyth, Samuel Smiles (1883)
"the sun-ray origin of the Pyramids, and the origin of the Arrow-head or Cuneiform Character. First, with respect to the sun-ray origin of the Egyptian ..."

3. Parochial Sermons by Edward Bouverie Pusey (1868)
"Light and warmth are in the sun's ray, and the sun's ray brings with it light and warmth; not, light and warmth, the sun's ray: yet, where the sun's ray is, ..."

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