intransitive verb-·bathed·, -·bath·ing
If you lie out in a lounge chair on a sunny day, this is an example of a time when you sunbathe.
intransitive verbsun·bathed, sun·bath·ing, sun·bathes
(third-person singular simple present sunbathes, present participle sunbathing, simple past and past participle sunbathed)
- This means you have the opportunity to sunbathe without developing those pesky tan lines that never seem to match up with the rest of your summer wardrobe.
- While the kids are being entertained, the adults are free to sunbathe, stroll in the moonlight, dance, or have a romantic dinner.
- You could sunbathe in your sling, but you'll triple your sun screen budget and still wind up with some very odd tan lines.
- While they do expose quite a bit of flesh, some women wonder if it is really possible to sunbathe in them.
- A chance to swim and sunbathe all day is a perennial favorite girl teen party idea.