Definition of Silhouetting

1. Verb. (present participle of silhouette) ¹



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Definition of Silhouetting

1. silhouette [v] - See also: silhouette

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Silhouetting

silentnesses
silents
silenus
siler
silers
siles
silesia
silesias
siletane
silex
silexes
silhouette
silhouette sign of Felson
silhouetted
silhouettes
silhouetting (current term)
silhouettist
silhouettists
silhydrite
silibinin
silibinins
silica
silica dust
silica gel
silica granuloma
silica group
silicalite
silicalites

Literary usage of Silhouetting

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1. Concealing-coloration in the Animal Kingdom: An Exposition of the Laws of by Gerald Handerson Thayer, Abbott Handerson Thayer (1909)
"Patterns on animals' coats are the utmost that Nature can do in opposition to these potent vicissitudes of silhouetting. This is the point at which Darwin, ..."

2. The English Illustrated Magazine (1890)
"THE ART OF silhouetting. BY ANDREW W. TUER. but in that case he was a bit before his ... Not that silhouetting was a discovery of the eighteenth century ..."

3. Illuminating Engineering Practice: Lectures on Illuminating Engineering by University of Pennsylvania, Illuminating Engineering Society (1917)
"The difference between brilliantly lighted and dimly lighted streets in regard to silhouetting is that on the brilliantly lighted streets one is not ..."

4. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1901)
"What I like particularly about ¡t is that the dark is kept in the middle distance, silhouetting Itself against the faint distance beyond, centring the ..."

5. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"... utter heedlessness of rules and details and his uncanny splendor in silhouetting moral beauty against an all-encompassing mundane vileness. ..."

6. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1910)
"Patterns on animals' coats are the utmost that Nature can do in opposition to these potent vicissitudes of silhouetting." As regards terminology, Mr. Thayer ..."

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