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sunshine

the light received directly from the sun

sunshine

[′sən‚shīn]
(astronomy)
Direct radiation from the sun, as opposed to the shading of a location by clouds or by other obstructions.
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Azure skies and aquamarine waters are complemented by the bright, sunshiny personality of Filipinos.
The messy US political situation could mean the end of this deal, but if all goes according to plan, this could be a bright sunshiny day for investors all over.
Phoebe becomes "deeply absorbed" in fiction described as "pictures of life, scenes of passion or sentiment, wit, humor, and pathos" and sheds "a maiden's sunshiny tear, over imaginary woe" (3:146).
However, the controversy has come because the bright yellow, sunshiny ads feature a woman wearing a tiny yellow bikini who must have the BMI of, oooh, I don't know, Bradley Wiggins.
Plucked from his oh-so-normal existence in the middle of a sunshiny Los Angeles day, drugged and spirited away to the seaside town of Avalon, he quickly discovers that every link to his former life has been summarily shut down--email, Facebook, cell phone, the works.
In its mischievous music video, they sing of little boys with fancy toys while pulling pranks in sunshiny LA.
Dreamy purple and sunshiny swirls juxtapose with the dark attire of the authorities as the visionary protagonist of this book proves his creative superiority to enforcers of the limits of the imagination.
As the first round of long weekends has come to an end, the timeline of my social media is filled with beach, pool and general sunshiny pictures.
April 6 brought a breath of fresh air to Florence on the heels of a beautiful sunshiny day, bringing with it Dawn Lesley, a dynamic young woman vying for election to the West Lane District county commissioner's job held by Jay Bozievich.
Ripe mangoes, for all their sweetness and sunshiny flavors, are boring.
On sunshiny days the whores sat on chairs along the sidewalks.
But if it is disconcerting to feel remote from the ordinary pleasures of the folks in the trenches, we cannot get back to human nature and making the world better and all the other sunshiny topoi of the public sphere just by pushing the rewind button.