sun-dried

[suhn-drahyd]
adjective
1.
dried in the sun, as bricks or raisins.
2.
dried up or withered by the sun.

Origin:
1590–1600

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sun-dried
 
adj
dried or preserved by exposure to the sun

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Example sentences
And unless the legumes are sun-dried, there's likely an energy input required to dry the beans.
Heavy, brittle walls of traditional adobe-cheap, sun-dried brick-cracked instantly when the ground started bucking.
Few signs of the submersion remain, apart from some clamshells and sun-dried crayfish.
Stone-not sun-dried mud brick-gave permanence to these monuments, the last of the world's ancient wonders.
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