verb (used with object), vi·gnet·ted, vi·gnet·ting.
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Origin of vignette
OTHER WORDS FROM vignettevi·gnet·tist, noun
Words nearby vignette
Example sentences from the Web for vignetting
There is another way of vignetting the sky into the landscape, which is, perhaps, better and more convenient.
We believe that the greater part of the vignetting done in England is by this clumsy, costly, and difficult method.
Wooden grooves may be glued along the top of the vignetting frame, into which cards containing other apertures can be slipped.
This restriction is known as the “vignetting” action of the entrance luke.
The next methods of vignetting are dependent on simple laws of optics.
British Dictionary definitions for vignetting (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for vignetting (2 of 2)
- to decorate with vignettes
- to portray in or as in a vignette