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Synonyms for sunbaked

dried out by heat or excessive exposure to sunlight

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baked or hardened by exposure to sunlight

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GOOD CHOICE Sainsbury's Be Good To Yourself Orzo Sunbaked Tomato Salad
The Vacmasters SYSTEM 4000 Air-Vacuum Excavation System offers utilities and utility contractors the ability to pothole using supersonic air in any kind of soil, no matter how hard, wet, sunbaked or compact--even ground frost.
Anyone familiar with the bland sunbaked suburbs of the American Southwest will see what perfect use Mark Jude Poirier makes of his Tucson upbringing in his second novel, Modern Ranch Living.
Robert Bechtle's Photorealistic paintings from the late '6os quickly became classics of the genre, taking the banal icons of suburbia--American cars parked in the sloping sunbaked driveways of flat-fronted tract homes--as their subject.
A land of heat, sand, dirt and sweat Sunbaked roads, seldom wet Ceaseless traffic to and fro All contraptions fast and slow A lonely grave a soul at rest One great bloke who gave his best We buried him where he fell A lonely spot that once was hell His wagon laying on its side The shell stopped it on its side And as we pass a look we give And thank our God we still live.
snails seem to slowly mysteriously fade a way leaving sunbaked shells of their former selves
Strikes from captain Ian Cox and Mark Stein put Bournemouth in control within 29 minutes as they threatened to run riot at a sunbaked Dean Court.
Jack Nicholson is private-eye Jake Gittes, living off the murky moral climate of sunbaked, pre-war Southern California.
The Italian, who treated sunbaked racegoers to a flying dismount after registering his first triumph of the meeting, said: "We have only had 10 races but you want to get on the board as quickly as you can.
The competitors all expressed amazement at the pace of the sunbaked fairways, with one caddie remarking to another that the only thing you can guarantee is that your ball will not land in a pitchmark "because it's so hard there ain't no pitchmarks".
Her 8-year-old son clapped fervently as boys with squirt guns passed by to cool off the sunbaked crowd.
The Vacmasters SYSTEM 4000 offers utilities and utility contractors the ability to pothole using supersonic air in any kind of soil, no matter how hard, wet, sunbaked or compact--even ground frost.
They claim to be inspired by the Roma wedding and brass band music of the Balkans - the sort of stuff recently heard at the Newcastle Gateshead Gypsy Festival - and you can picture them raising the dust in some sunbaked European outpost as the locals party furiously.
Lest the viewer mistake these paintings for modified Hallmark images, however, it should be made known that another thematic source for the work was the 1973 sci-fi classic Soylent Green, in which twenty-first-century New Yorkers live in an overpopulated, sunbaked world.
THE wettest summers generally follow a hosepipe ban so we should have known Wimbledon would be sunbaked the moment they installed the Centre Court roof.