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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsunburnedsun‧burned /ˈsʌnbɜːnd $ -bɜːrnd/ (also sunburnt /-bɜːnt $ -bɜːrnt/) adjective  1 having a red and painful skin as a result of spending too much time in the sun2 having skin that is attractively brown as a result of spending time in the sun
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sunburnedOne of them had even contrived to get sunburned.He was tall, and looked sunburned, as if he had spent time recently in a climate far from the Hebrides.Above the darkness of his forearms and below the sunburned line on his neck his skin was very fair.And so the sight of this deeply sunburned soldier turned all heads.That was when he noticed the shiny steel bracelets on his sunburned wrists.
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