Definition of Sunbaths

1. Noun. (plural of sunbath) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sunbaths

1. sunbath [n] - See also: sunbath

Sunbaths Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Sunbaths Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sunbaths

sunami
sunback
sunbake
sunbaked
sunbaker
sunbakers
sunbakes
sunbaking
sunbath
sunbathe
sunbathed
sunbather
sunbathers
sunbathes
sunbathing
sunbaths (current term)
sunbeam
sunbeams
sunbeamy
sunbeat
sunbed
sunbeds
sunbelt
sunbelts
sunberries
sunberry
sunbird
sunbirds
sunblind
sunblinds

Literary usage of Sunbaths

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Is Civilization a Disease? by Stanton Coit (1917)
"Probably fewer persons in England preach salvation by sandals and sunbaths to-day than did a quarter of a century ago, while the sandals themselves and ..."

2. Is Civilization a Disease? by Stanton Coit (1917)
"Probably fewer persons in England preach salvation by sandals and sunbaths to-day than did a quarter of a century ago, while the sandals themselves and ..."

3. The Influence of the Blue Ray of the Sunlight and of the Blue Colour of the by Augustus James Pleasonton (1876)
"I am fully confident that a fair trial of said sunbaths will seldom if ever fail to cure the rheumatism, and I wish that so simple and inexpensive a ..."

4. The World Set Free: A Story of Mankind by Herbert George Wells (1914)
"They lie out in the former deserts, those long-wasted sunbaths of the race, they tower amidst eternal snows, they hide in remote islands and bask on broad ..."

5. Wild Animals I Have Known and 200 Drawings by Ernest Thompson Seton (1898)
"It was sun, anc' ^ere °n fi°e ok their sunbaths. They fragrant pine needles cat-like positions, and hough roasting and wish- kff;. ..."

6. Wild Animals I Have Known: And 200 Drawings by Ernest Thompson Seton (1912)
"It was open and sloping to the sun, and here on fine days the Cottontails took their sunbaths. They stretched out among the fragrant pine needles and ..."

7. A Manual of Forensic Chemistry Dealing Especially with Chemical Evidence by William Jago, University College, London, George D'Estin Ballou (1909)
"Electric light baths are a fair substitute for sunbaths in winter. Of course they are not usually to be had except in some well-equipped institution, ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Sunbaths

Search for Sunbaths on Dictionary.com!Search for Sunbaths on Thesaurus.com!Search for Sunbaths on Google!Search for Sunbaths on Wikipedia!

Search