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tanned

mod. alcohol intoxicated. (Preserved like a tanned hide of an animal.) Tom is too tanned to drive. Get him out of that car.
See also: tan
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Men also answered "yes" when asked if they ever felt anxious if they weren't able to tan, tanned to relieve stress, or spent money on tanning even when they couldn't afford it.
Historical trends in US culture that link tan skin not only with attractiveness, but paradoxically, with health (Keesling & Friedman, 1987) may play a role in these motives, and may explain why many young adults report positive attitudes toward a tanned appearance (Robinson et al.
If you favour a spray, mist your product in the bathroom in front of the mirror and stand on a dark towel - but don't forget to use wipes on your soles once tanned.
Perfect Glow has tanned several local celebrities, models and pageant contestants along with some members of the Florida Lady Panthers and Palm Beach Makos cheerleaders for calendar shoots and special events.
THE EXPERT FACE FIX James Read BB Gradual Tan Face, pounds 20 He's the man with the golden spray gun, who's tanned everyone from Rosie H-W to Lady Gaga.
Sun tanned skin is more attractive than skin that is not sun tanned.
As a society, Americans love the outdoors and have been preoccupied with maintaining a tanned appearance since the 1920s.
Hollywood is responsible for originally encouraging the trend for tanned skin.