Definition of Silhouettist

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Silhouettist

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

Literary usage of Silhouettist

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Social Life in Old New England by Mary Caroline Crawford (1914)
"One silhouettist from England who made a great success in America was Master Hubard, ... A silhouettist of the early nineteenth century, who was of real New ..."

2. Social Life in Old New England by Mary Caroline Crawford (1915)
"One silhouettist from England who made a great success in America was Master Hubard, ... A silhouettist of the early nineteenth century, who was of real New ..."

3. The English Illustrated Magazine (1899)
"show to what straits the silhouettist was brought. It is true that the advertisement goes on to say that " Mr. T. is able to make this "Peace and affection ..."

4. Early American Portrait Painters in Miniature by Theodore Bolton (1921)
"silhouettist and portrait painter in oils, miniature and crayons, DOYLE was the son of a British ... He was associated with Daniel Bowen as a silhouettist. ..."

5. Was Portraits and Silhouettes by Ethel Stanwood Bolton (1914)
"Nearly every silhouettist advertised that he would sell shades of famous people ... John J. Hawkins, a London silhouettist, wrote in 1803 to Charles Willson ..."

6. The Bookman (1898)
"... to the accompanying silhouette inasmuch as it is a perfect fac-simile of the original picture drawn for Burns by the celebrated silhouettist Miers. ..."

7. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1911)
"The foremost English silhouettist of the last quarter of the eighteenth century was acknowledged to be Miers, who came from Leeds and had a place in the ..."

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