sunglasses

(redirected from Sun glasses)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for sunglasses

spectacles that are darkened or polarized to protect the eyes from the glare of the sun

References in periodicals archive ?
Luxury Costume Jewellery, Luxury Cufflinks, Luxury Lighters, Luxury Sun Glasses, Other Luxury Accessories.
Product coverage: Luxury Costume Jewellery, Luxury Cufflinks, Luxury Lighters, Luxury Sun Glasses, Other Luxury Accessories.
We have established ourselves with our wide product range covering sun glasses, frames and contact lens categories.
NOTE: safety sun glasses are not suitable as ultraviolet (UV) protection from welding, cutting, or burning operations.
He was dressed in a dark blue, long-sleeved jacket, blue jeans, white trainers and possibly sun glasses.
Sporting a stylish pair of dark sun glasses and designer sweatshirt she steps energetically into her office near the M50 in southwest Dublin.
The picture shows a clean-shaven young man wearing sun glasses, a white shirt and dark waist coat.
Key points include ensuring that children play in the shade when it is sunny, wear a suncream with a high protection factor of 30-plus, sun hats and sun glasses.
A relaxed-looking Jackson, 48, in trademark sun glasses and black leather jacket was ushered by guards past hundreds of screaming Japanese fans at Narita Airport yesterday afternoon, some carrying signs that read "We love Michael" and "Welcome to Japan.
SLAP on a wide-brimmed sun hat to protect your head, neck and shoulders, and a pair of sun glasses with UV protection.
Next to the kitchen door, a large Kermit wearing sun glasses sits in a high chair in front of frog decorated kids' dishes.
The 'I Wanna be in Her Shoes Award' went to Dansi for a cartoon drawing of an Asian woman comfy in running shoes and casual clothes, sitting on a rooftop patio with her lap-top, sun glasses and cell phone while the rest of the world slogs through rush hour.
Eighty percent of everything ever built in America has been built in the last fifty years, and most of it is depressing, brutal, ugly, unhealthy, and spiritually degrading - the jive-plastic commuter tract home wastelands, the Potemkin village shopping plazas with their vast parking lagoons, the Lego-block hotel complexes, the "gourmet mansardic" junk food joints, the Orwellian office "parks" featuring buildings sheathed in the same reflective glass as the sun glasses worn by chain gang guards, the particle board garden apartments rising up in every meadow and cornfield, the freeway loops around every big and little city with their clusters of discount merchandising marts, the whole destructive, wasteful, toxic, agoraphobia-inducing spectacle that politicians proudly call "growth.
All told, three men and three women are declared winners, each of whom are awarded skis, sun glasses or ski gloves during a Molson "apres ski" party.
The mix of retailers and merchants for opening weekend includes clothing, edgy fashions, mobile phones, furniture, home decor, professional art, designer shoes, premium candy, primitive masks, snow cones, gelato ice cream, hot tubs and spas, sun glasses, granite etchings, discount books, custom framing, portrait photography, diamonds, watches, hand-painted pottery, flowers, and even a recording studio.