Sunlight vs. Sunshine

Sunlight vs. Sunshine — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Sunlight and Sunshine

Sunlightnoun

The light of the sun; sunshine.

Sunshinenoun

The light or the direct rays from the sun.

Sunlightnoun

All the electromagnetic radiation given off by the Sun, especially that in the visible spectrum that bathes the Earth.

Sunlight on the skin gives you vitamin D.

Sunshinenoun

The warmth given by the sun's rays.

Sunlightnoun

(figuratively) Brightness, hope; a positive outlook.

Sunshinenoun

A location or surface on which the sun's rays fall.

Sunlightnoun

synonym of sunrise

Sunshinenoun

Radiant cheerfulness; geniality.

Sunlightverb

To work on the side (at a secondary job) during the daytime.

Sunshinenoun

A source of cheerfulness.

Sunlightnoun

the rays of the sun;

the shingles were weathered by the sun and wind

Sunshinenoun

Public access or scrutiny

attempts to open the legislative process to more sunshine.

Sunshinenoun

The direct rays, light or warmth of the sun.

We were warmed by the bright sunshine.

Sunshinenoun

A location on which the sun's rays fall.

We moved out of the shade and into the sunshine.

Sunshinenoun

Geniality or cheerfulness.

I enjoyed the sunshine of her smile.

Sunshinenoun

A source of cheerfulness or joy.

Sunshinenoun

The effect which the sun has when it lights and warms some place.

Sunshinenoun

(UK) Friendly form of address often reserved for juniors.

Alright sunshine, safe to cross now.

Sunshinenoun

(UK) Ironic form of address used to an inferior or troublemaker.

OK, sunshine, listen up and listen good. There's five vandalised telephone boxes out there and I know you're responsible.

Sunshinenoun

(humorous) Used to address someone who has just woken up and/or is very sleepy.

Good morning, sunshine!

Sunshineadjective

Open to and permitting public access, especially with regard to activities that were previously closed-door or back-room meetings.

Because of the sunshine law, we could go to the planning meeting.

Sunshinenoun

the rays of the sun;

the shingles were weathered by the sun and wind

Sunshinenoun

moderate weather; suitable for outdoor activities