(?), a. Impervious to the rays of the sun. "Darksome yew, sunproof." Marston.
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, } n. 1. The first appearance of the sun above the horizon in the morning; more generally, the time of such appearance, whether in fair or cloudy weather; as, to begin work at sunrise. "The tide of sunrise swells." Keble.
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2. Hence, the region where the sun rises; the east.
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Which were beyond Jordan toward the sunrising.
Deut. iv. 47 (Rev. Ver.)
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Full hot and fast the Saxon rides, with rein of travel slack,
And, bending o'ev his saddle, leaves the sunrise at his back.
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