(also suntanned) adj.
be, look
become, get
deeply, very, well

His blue eyes glittered in his deeply tanned face.

lightly, slightly
evenly, perfectly

her perfectly tanned skin


She was naturally tanned with black hair.

Tanned is used with these nouns: ↑arm, ↑complexion, ↑face, ↑hide, ↑skin, ↑torso

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