A canopy made of canvas to shelter people or things from rain or sun(noun)
WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.
Use "sunblind" in a sentence
"Her body turning to wisp and sunblind movement, she dances to an old Edith Piaf and her steps are out-of-sync but below the concrete floor the rabbits of despair swoon and blush."
"As if you were there sandcrazy, sunblind, crowdcrazy, chainblind, scared of the dark and the blood in the street tired of freedom and nothing to eat but half-baked masonry that tasted like sweat aching to remember and afraid to forget what slavery was like."
""I've tucked a map of Poundbury behind your sunblind," she told him, negotiating a five-way junction."