Sunshine Definition

sŭnshīn
noun
The shining of the sun.
Webster's New World
The light and heat from the sun.
Webster's New World
A sunny place or part.
Webster's New World
A location or surface on which the sun's rays fall.
American Heritage
Cheerfulness, happiness, etc.
Webster's New World
Synonyms:
sunsunlighttemperatenessfair-weathersunninesscheercheerfulnessthe sun's raysthe sun's beamssunbeamsthe sun
Antonyms:
uncheerfulness
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adjective
Designating or of a law, bill, etc., requiring that certain meetings, records, etc. of public bodies be open to the public.
Webster's New World

Origin of Sunshine

  • In the Coverdale Bible in 1535, in Genesis and Exodus about 1250 as Middle English sunnesine. Compound of sun + shine.

    From Wiktionary

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