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noun as in daylight

noun as in sun

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For better predictions, debris trackers can also measure the reflection of sunlight off these objects, which can be used to narrow those windows to just a few meters.

It exposes the moss on the bottom to life-sustaining sunlight.

After the impact, however, dust from the impact caused sunlight that reaches Earth to dim 10 to 20 percent, the simulations show, which aligns with previous research.

This also helps screen the corals from some of that sunlight.

Dark particles in the smoke absorbed sunlight and heated up the plume to make it rise, Kablick explains.

But the sunlight is threatening to fade and a three-and-a-half-hour river journey back to Kisangani looms.

Is it halal if the animal lives a miserable life while never seeing sunlight?

And as we left, spears of sunlight painted the top of the nearby volcano Galeras.

We headed out soon after, back into the sunlight-dappled gardens of the temple complex, to join worshippers picnicking.

Miles beneath the surface, in the absence of sunlight, animals derive energy from volcanic vents.

"We are going into the sunlight, out of the shadow;" and she glanced back at the west, which was of a slaty blackness.

For two consecutive seasons he lived in the sunlight of Mademoiselle Duvigne's presence.

It was all breeze and freshness, and the sunlight struck picturesquely aslant the hill-sides.

She welcomed them with all the native hospitality, as she would have opened her door to let the sunlight in.

The brilliant imaginative mind has woven it into romance, making its colors brighter still with the sunlight of inspired phantasy.


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On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sunlight, such as: daylight, daytime, light, sunshine, astronomical day, and bright.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.