sunbaked

[suhn-beykt]
adjective
1.
baked by exposure to the sun, as bricks.
2.
heated, dried, or hardened by the heat of the sun.

Origin:
1620–30; sun + baked

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sunbaked (ˈsʌnˌbeɪkt)
 
adj
1.  (esp of roads, etc) dried or cracked by the sun's heat
2.  baked hard by the heat of the sun: sunbaked bricks

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Example sentences
Mud-brick towers tilt crazily on a vast, sunbaked mound, amid the crumbled
  debris of antiquity.
Against the sunbaked cliff is outlined the body and sails of a boat.
We trudged out onto a cobbled, sunbaked pan, featureless but for a rough
  semicircle of basalt rocks.
He has invited me to this sunbaked backcountry to experience it myself.
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