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1. sunny sunny


The proportion of sunny days to rainy days last month was 4 to 1.
It was raining when we left, but by the time we arrived, it was sunny.
It's sunny.
We've got to go somewhere sunny for our holidays.
When it is sunny, the ocean water gets warm
It's the first sunny day in a long time, so the clothes should dry in no time.
As the house has a southern aspect, it is very sunny.
My room faces south, which makes it sunny and very comfortable.
Banks will try to lend you an umbrella on a sunny day, but they will turn their backs on a rainy day.
Look at the sunny side of things.
It's hard to believe it was so clear and sunny up to just now.
It seems that on clear, sunny days they could also use the sun to find their way home.
The forecast for the weekend is hot and sunny.
When it's sunny Jane and her sister go to the lake next to their house.
Even in winter it can be sunny in the mornings here.

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