George's colour mounted high in his sunburnt, freckled cheek.
Then, very gently, he laid one sunburnt hand upon her shoulder.
They had not had time to get sunburnt, as those of fish earlier arrived at Clemente.
He was sunburnt; but his countenance was noble and manly, and marked with self-reliance.
She looked at the boyish, interested, sunburnt face so near to her own, and hesitated.
He was genial and jocose, sunburnt and romantically allusive.
For instance, that part of his throat which was not sunburnt, because he stooped.
A slight flush stained his smooth, sunburnt skin; then he laughed.
The child was thin and pale, her skin was sunburnt, but her eyes shone with intelligence.
Sunburnt hands should be washed in lime water or lemon juice.