Definition of Sunlights

1. sunlight [n] - See also: sunlight



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sunlights

sunkenly
sunket
sunkets
sunkie
sunkies
sunkissed
sunks
sunlamp
sunlamps
sunland
sunlands
sunless
sunlessly
sunlessness
sunlight
sunlights (current term)
sunlike
sunlit
sunlounger
sunly
sunn
sunnahs
sunnas
sunne
sunned
sunnier
sunnies
sunniest
sunnily
sunniness

Literary usage of Sunlights

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

1. Memorials of St. James's Palace by Edgar Sheppard (1894)
"The necessary gas fittings were constructed so as to make the needed sunlights in the Chapel Royal. Since the recent alterations in the Chapel in 1894 these ..."

2. Memorials of St. James's Palace by Edgar Sheppard (1894)
"The necessary gas fittings were constructed so as to make the needed sunlights in the Chapel Royal. Since the recent alterations in the Chapel in 1894 ..."

3. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1906)
"These sunlights may be arranged in various forms and can be adapted for almost any ... The gas flames in overhead sunlights should always be horizontal. ..."

4. Electrical Engineer (1891)
"... and the spring raises the main valve off its seat instantaneously, and allows the gas to flow to the different sunlights or burners. ..."

5. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1877)
"When lighted they are intensely brilliant; [Peters' El., Bonk III, No. 6.] unpleasant to the eye. These sunlights are msde to 7. Concert volition┬╗ . ..."

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