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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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Reading between the lines, the outlook does not seem to be sunshiny for Chandra Wilson's Bailey.
Her exuberant accompanying expression, "Have a bright sunshiny yellow day
The combination of lovely nutty flavoured chickpeas and aromatic sunshiny spices was well-balanced while the accompanying Basmati rice was light and fluffy.
But in case you're feeling a little bit Zen and needy, here's what Enlightened 1971 says you need to do to get all sunshiny.
The award winning product is available as a powder, capsule or liquid to suit your washing needs, and comes in two fresh fragrances: Passion Flower and Sunshiny Days.
He knew she was smiling because he could see her now, could see her and the sunshiny wrinkles on her face and the roaring waterfall and the rest of the world beyond the window glass.
So, dear Winter Woes, when you find a machine to transport you to an exotic, sunshiny island, let me know.
The steady, aerobic beat running throughout and Beth Ditto's sunshiny vocals are sure to keep this record on DJs' playlists this summer.
With flavors like hot-pink raspberry, sunshiny lemon and green mint-chocolate, you can literally taste the rainbow.
On Labour Day weekend, recalled by some as "warm and sunshiny," Mitchell Sharp convened a gathering of senior bureaucrats from his department and a select few from the Department of Manpower and Immigration to discuss the "deteriorating situation.
To Him Whose Brave and Blithe Endurance Made Those Who Followed Him Forget, In His Sunshiny Presence Half the Hardship and the Danger.