Baked, dried, or hardened by exposure to sunlight: sunbaked bricks; the sunbaked salt flats. (adjective)
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Use "sunbaked" in a sentence
"This guy is denser than sunbaked mud: "She may not know or understand the progress we've made in this state," Perry said at a news conference Tuesday in Austin, Texas."
"Choidrin says his visit would be like water, which is needed by parched, sunbaked soil."
"In a match featuring short points and few rallies, Federer conjured up a few great returns to break the 6-foot-10 (2.08 m) Croatian twice and secure a 6-3, 7-5, 7-6 (3) victory on another sunbaked day at the All England Club."