verb (used with object), sil·hou·et·ted, sil·hou·et·ting.
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Origin of silhouette
OTHER WORDS FROM silhouetteun·sil·hou·et·ted, adjective
Words nearby silhouette
Example sentences from the Web for silhouetting
Was it she or was it only memory suddenly awakening and silhouetting her upon that background of massed humanity?The Plum Tree|David Graham Phillips
There are some dusty streets, and silhouetting against the dim sky a dilapidated faade of some broken pillars.Memoirs of My Dead Life|George Moore
There she came, coughing and spluttering up the grade, the headlight turning night into day and silhouetting us in sharp relief.The Road|Jack London
The sun fell over a circle of rocky peaks, silhouetting their severe lines against the azure sky.Atlantida|Pierre Benoit
Another flare flashed in the sky behind him silhouetting a row of grotesque trees.The Quantum Jump|Robert Wicks