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noun
Sunburst  n.  A burst of sunlight.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Sunburst" Quotes from Famous Books



... did English colours were hoisted. Nothing remarkable occurred until Easter Sunday, April 29th, nearly nine days after they had sailed from New York. The parties determined to celebrate that day as a festival, and they hoisted the green flag with a sunburst, fired a salute, and changed the name of the vessel, calling her "Erin's Hope." Kavanagh then produced Fenian commissions, and distributed them, and also produced sealed orders, from which it appeared that he was to sail to Sligo Bay, ...
— The Dock and the Scaffold • Unknown

... large blue triangle with a yellow sunburst fills the upper left section and an equal green triangle (solid) fills the lower right section; the triangles are separated by a red stripe that is contrasted by two narrow ...
— The 2002 CIA World Factbook • US Government

... shapely, handsome, and clever,—full of flash and dash, and, above all, new. He had chosen well his part,—Mercutio,—that graceful frolic of fancy, which less requires sustained intellectual power than the exaltation of animal spirits,—that brief sunburst of life, that brilliant bubble of character, which reflects, for a moment, a world of beauty and sparkle, and dies in a flash of wit, yet leaves on the mind a want, a tender regret, which follow one through all the storm and woe ...
— The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 4, No. 23, September, 1859 • Various



Words linked to "Sunburst" :   design, sunburst pleat, breastpin, brooch, figure, pattern, broach



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