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 daguerreotypist
Only the two rosy spots added by the daguerreotypist to the cheeks defy time and change, indestructible token of youth and ardor.Cape Breton Tales|Harry James Smith
While Mr. Hughes was in Glasgow he was very popular, not only as a Daguerreotypist, but as a lecturer.
She was placed before the camera, the slide drawn, lens uncapped, and requested to sit there until the Daguerreotypist returned.
I was present, and remember seeing a lady Daguerreotypist among the company, and she expressed her opinion quite decidedly.
He came to me and offered to take him to a daguerreotypist who was then in town, and he (Thoreau) would see it well done.The Writings of Henry David Thoreau, Volume VI, Familiar Letters|Henry David Thoreau