verb (used with object), da·guerre·o·typed, da·guerre·o·typ·ing.
Related formsda·guerre·o·typ·er, da·guerre·o·typ·ist, nounda·guerre·o·typ·ic [duh-gair-uh-tip-ik, -ee-uh-tip-] /dəˌgɛər əˈtɪp ɪk, -i əˈtɪp-/, adjectiveda·guerre·o·typ·y, noun
Examples from the Web for daguerreotype
We can feel her sensuality and willfulness in the first daguerreotype we have of Mary, taken in 1846, when she was twenty-seven.
He sent this daguerreotype, with instructions to trace up the young man, if possible.Dr. Sevier|George W. Cable
If I get a uniform and get where I can have my daguerreotype taken, your wish in that respect shall be gratified.
Is not this process a vast improvement upon the daguerreotype?The Gorgeous Isle|Gertrude Atherton
She had taken out a daguerreotype of her husband, and was looking at it.
I'll show you a daguerreotype some time; though, after all, what difference does it make?The Diary of a Saint|Arlo Bates