Sunstrokes

Definitions of "Sunstrokes"

Plural form of sunstroke. noun

The word "Sunstrokes" in example sentences

His supple brown skin hadn't yet lost their baby ripples, streaks of orange and red sunstrokes. Archive 2008-06-01

His supple brown skin hadn't yet lost their baby ripples, streaks of orange and red sunstrokes. Core on a Cord

We face the kind of temperatures everyday at which California reports a 100 deaths due to sunstrokes. Archive 2006-08-01

We face the kind of temperatures everyday at which California reports a 100 deaths due to sunstrokes. Beat the heat-Monthly mingle

A high degree of moisture in the air favors sunstrokes, but it is a curious fact that sunstroke is much more frequent in certain localities, and in special years than at other places and times with identical climatic conditions. The Home Medical Library, Volume I (of VI)

This heated blood striking the vital organs accounts for the fact that on those excessively hot days, when there are many sunstrokes, most of them are among men who not only habitually take alcohol, but who are under the influence of alcohol at the time. The Biology, Physiology and Sociology of Reproduction Also Sexual Hygiene with Special Reference to the Male

It's an island that ordinarily belongs somewhere in the tropic zone -- real sultry weather, sunstrokes and all that. The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle

After Paddy Muskrat and his wife talked to her about sunstrokes, the The Tale of the The Muley Cow Slumber-Town Tales

And Buster's house was so warm that three of his guests almost had sunstrokes -- and had to be helped home. The Tale of Buster Bumblebee

I do not have -- ah -- sunstrokes and colds and headaches here is that you take pains to see that I am protected against their causes. Galusha the Magnificent

In France you have much sun and some rain; in Italy you have hot winds and cold winds; in Scotland and Ireland you have rain, either thick or thin; in America you have hells of heat and cold, and in the Tropics you have sunstrokes varied by thunderbolts. Alarms and Discursions

The Priory excuses him on the ground that his intellectuals are not strong -- he has spent most of his life in Africa, and there taken a couple of sunstrokes. Merry-Garden and Other Stories

He tried to soothe her by explaining what he believed to be the combined causes of his breakdown: first the intense heat, which had made his stay in Paris very trying; the fatigue he had undergone there; and lastly the weakness supervening after the loss of appetite, also due to the abnormal heat, which was causing several sunstrokes every day, even in England. Philip Gilbert Hamerton

They were always bruising their feet, wounding their hands, getting sunstrokes, and whiltlows, and sprains, and disabling themselves in some way. A Thousand Miles Up the Nile

A charming lady had noticed this from the verandah above, and ran down in some alarm, fearing that these young Nelsons had got sunstrokes. The Days Before Yesterday

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