Noun(1) a ray of sunlight
(1) I fell asleep in the warm embrace of a sunbeam , but when I awoke the world was dark.(2) And she didn't think she would lose, not with the sunbeam falling on her face like the God's golden promise.(3) In 1665 he split a sunbeam into a many-hued spectrum by passing it through a prism in a darkened room.(4) the pianist was complaining about the sunbeam which was falling across her face(5) There was one more chair, set in front of the others in the rectangle of light cast by a sunbeam .(6) It tastes sweet, light, lilting, rich - it tastes like I imagine one of those sunbeams breaking through clouds might taste, fleeting and rare.(7) It was brighter in there than it'd been the last time I'd visited: Light slanted in through the front windows, sunbeams visible in the smoky air.(8) And somehow, even drained of all colour and illuminated by only inspired sunbeams , the pictures manage to take on a life of their own.(9) Ray of sunbeams passing through dense forests and plants embellished with multi - coloured flowers are eye-catching.(10) Muted sunlight filtered through the trees into a small glade on the other side of the stream, and dust particles caught in the soft sunbeams sparkled as they floated downward.(11) Birds chirped as they zoomed through branches above us, their feathers fluttering brightly whenever they passed through sunbeams .(12) The headhouse itself was wonderfully refurbished, with sunbeams shining again through the great rose windows down onto the polished waiting room floor.(13) The three mirrors, 2,5 metres in diameter, will be guided by a computer to track the movement of the sun, capturing the light and redirecting sunbeams into a small park below.(14) Light breaks over the horizon, sunbeams become sunlight, the key's grooves line up with the ignition's latches.(15) The first rays of the new day's sun are shinning through the small cracks in the ceiling and small dust particles are moving through the sunbeams on invisible currents.(16) I recall how falling down was more funny than painful, how warm I was, and how in the afternoon the sunbeams and shadows of the trees cut across the trails.
(1) sunbeam :: サンビーム
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