verb (used with object), sil·hou·et·ted, sil·hou·et·ting.
Origin of silhouette
Related formsun·sil·hou·et·ted, adjective
Examples from the Web for silhouette
I would have added “no photographs of meditative politicians walking on the shore” with a slash though a silhouette of JFK.
As you walk in front of the first screen, your silhouette appears and birds swoop down toward you.Frickin’ Laser Beams Run by Eyeballs: The Next Art Revolution Is Here|Nico Hines|July 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And I sat there as he shot the silhouette, but he had to stop because I started frantically crying.The First Modern School Shooter Feels Responsible for the Rest|Michael Daly|May 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The silhouette was classic Christopher Bailey, with coat dresses, wraps and pencil skirts predominating.
The silhouette was structured and architectural—for pants, skirts, and tops.
Against it a figure stood in silhouette, and he saw that it was a woman.World of the Drone|Robert Abernathy
From near the car she watched Leftys silhouette as he bent over his tripod, snapping pictures in the light of the flames.Joan of the Journal|Helen Diehl Olds
Burnamy went off to his work with Stoller, carrying the silhouette with him, and she kept on with Miss Triscoe to her hotel.The March Family Trilogy, Complete|William Dean Howells
The silhouette ceased wailing long enough to quaver: "Dakktar Sahib!"Caravans By Night|Harry Hervey
We saw only the silhouette of the past; and it was not grim or gloomy, but only brave.Pilgrim Trails|Frances Lester Warner