[ US /ˈtænd/ ]
[ UK /tˈænd/ ]
  1. converted to leather by a tanning agent
  2. (of skin) having a tan color from exposure to the sun
    a young bronzed Apollo
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How To Use tanned In A Sentence

  • Confident, tanned and talkative, he looked the epitome of the champion he longs to be again. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her dress showed her tanned skin to great advantage.
  • In one, a rear view, Tritia was bent over the back of a couch, offering to the camera a perfect shot of her white untanned ass. Baby Games
  • He pressed his palm against Rob's chest, felt his heart beating slowly beneath the smooth, tanned skin and taut muscles.
  • He had steely blue eyes and almost perfect tanned skin.
  • The image shows a slightly chubby-faced man with receding, dark cropped hair, tanned skin and stubble.
  • They discover some pirate treasure at the bottom of the ocean, while looking ripped, tanned and clad in the skimpiest of skimpy clothes.
  • She points to the Oscar Party Legs, the ones a drunken Jack Nicholson tried to violate after he won for Cuckoo's Nest, and the understated Nonprofit Fundraiser Legs she wore to Jerry Lewis Telethons, and the fake-tanned State Dinner with Reagan and Gorbachev Legs that the Secretary of State made her cover up with a long hemline, because their shade matched Gorbachev's birthmark. Centipede
  • His sandy blonde hair contrasted with his dark tanned skin, implying that he was at the beach often.
  • That lady, having discovered that her guest's gloves needed mending, was working over them with pieces of Indian-tanned buckskin and beeswaxed thread, the picture of domestic content. The Ranch at the Wolverine
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