blazing, bright, brilliant, dazzling | beautiful, glorious, pleasant
two weeks of glorious sunshine
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It was a cool day with fitful sunshine.
| afternoon, evening, morning | June, July, etc. | autumn, spring, etc.
She sat on the wall, enjoying the spring sunshine.
VERB + SUNSHINE
bask in, enjoy, soak up | be bathed in
The town was bathed in spring sunshine.
| gleam in, glow in, sparkle in
SUNSHINE + VERB
beat down, flood, pour, slant, stream
The sunshine came streaming in at the window.
in (the) ~
The race was run in bright sunshine.
| into the ~
She followed us out into the sunshine.
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