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sun yourself

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsun yourselfsun yourselfDLOLIE DOWNto sit or lie outside when the sun is shiningsunbathe The beaches were full of families sunning themselves. sun
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sun yourselfIt was true there were many snakes there on hot days sunning themselves but that did not worry him.Even the life-giving sun itself is being accused and feared like a violent criminal on the loose.But a srnall gator sunned himself on a bank, an egret leaned forward knee-deep in the standing pool.They like to sun themselves on pavement too hot to walk on in shoes.Red jungle fowl, the ancestors of all our domestic chickens, sun themselves on the edge of the forest.Lee Ann took all her clothes off and lay down to sun herself on the flying bridge.It was sunning itself on the path.Redlands Here you can relax in a pine lodge overlooking a lovely garden, or sun yourself on the semi-circular sun terrace.
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