(Sun"shade`) n. Anything used as a protection from the sun's rays. Specifically: (a) A small
parasol. (b) An awning.
1. The light of the sun, or the place where it shines; the direct rays of the sun, the place where they fall,
or the warmth and light which they give.
But all sunshine, as when his beams at noonMilton.
Culminate from the equator.
2. Anything which has a warming and cheering influence like that of the rays of the sun; warmth; illumination; brightness.
That man that sits within a monarch's heart,Shak.
And ripens in the sunshine of his favor.
(Sun"shine`) a. Sunshiny; bright. Shak. "Sunshine hours." Keble.
1. Bright with the rays of the sun; clear, warm, or pleasant; as, a sunshiny day.
2. Bright like the sun; resplendent.
Flashing beams of that sunshiny shield.Spenser.
3. Beaming with good spirits; cheerful. "Her sunshiny face." Spenser.
(Sun"squall`) n. (Zoöl.) Any large jellyfish.
(Sun" star`) (Zoöl.) See Sun star, under Sun.
(Sun"sted) n. [Sun + stead a place.] Solstice. [Obs.] "The summer sunsted." Holland.
(Sun"stone`) n. (Med.) Aventurine feldspar. See under Aventurine.
(Sun"stroke`) n. (Med.) Any affection produced by the action of the sun on some part of
the body; especially, a sudden prostration of the physical powers, with symptoms resembling those of
apoplexy, occasioned by exposure to excessive heat, and often terminating fatally; coup de soleil.
(Sun"-struck`) a. (Med.) Overcome by, or affected with, sunstroke; as, sun-struck soldiers.
(Sun"up`) n. Sunrise. [Local, U.S.]
Such a horse as that might get over a good deal of ground atwixt sunup and sundown.Cooper.
(Sun"ward) adv. Toward the sun.