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/ˌsilo͞oˈet/,
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silhouettes, 3rd person singular present; silhouetting, present participle; silhouetted, past tense; silhouetted, past participle;
  1. Cast or show (someone or something) as a dark shape and outline against a lighter background
    • - the castle was silhouetted against the sky

  1. (silhouette) project on a background, such as a screen, like a silhouette
  2. (silhouette) an outline of a solid object (as cast by its shadow)
  3. (silhouette) a drawing of the outline of an object; filled in with some uniform color
  4. (Silhouette (album)) Silhouette is the fifth studio album by saxophonist Kenny G. It was released by Arista Records in 1988, and reached number 1 on the Contemporary Jazz Albums chart, number 8 on the Billboard 200, and number 10 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. at Allmusic
  5. (Silhouette (clustering)) Silhouette refers to a method of interpretation and validation of clusters of data. The technique provides a succinct graphical representation of how well each object lies within its cluster. It was first described by Peter J. Rousseeuw in 1986 .
  6. (Silhouette (comics)) Silhouette (Silhouette Chord) is a fictional character, a superhero in the Marvel Comics universe. She first appeared in New Warriors (vol. 1) #2, (August 1990), and was created by Fabian Nicieza and Mark Bagley. ...
  7. (Silhouette (DC comics)) Watchmen is a twelve-issue comic book limited series created by Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons, and John Higgins, published by DC Comics in 1986 and 1987. ...
  8. (Silhouette (Deus Ex)) Deus Ex is a series of first person video games, consisting of three games: Deus Ex (2000), ' (2003), and ' (2011).
  9. (Silhouettes (Marmaduke Duke)) "Silhouettes" is a song written by the Scottish experimental rock group Marmaduke Duke. It is included on their second album 'Duke Pandemonium and was released as a single on 6 July 2009. The single release of Silhouettes will be a remix version by Jacknife Lee. ...
  10. (silhouette) An illustrated outline filled in with a solid color(s), usually only black, and intended to represent the shape of an object without revealing any other visual details; a similar appearance produced when the object being viewed is situated in relative darkness with brighter lighting ...
  11. (SILHOUETTE) The outline of a tree as seen from a distance.  The overall form and shape of a tree.  Many tree species have easy to recognize silhouettes, such as American elm, balsam fir, white pine, and sugar maple. ...
  12. (silhouette) a dark image outlined against a lighter background.
  13. (Silhouette) An outline halftone with all background removed.
  14. (Silhouette) A subject with no key light, and  a brightly illuminated background.
  15. (Silhouette) An adapter, placed behind the ear and used with a hearing aid equipped with a telecoil. It works similar to a neckloop or room loop.
  16. (Silhouette) An image in which the foreground is completely black, and the background is well lit. No foreground detail can usually be seen.
  17. (Silhouette) An infusion set sold by MiniMed. It has a soft plastic tube that goes in at about 45 degrees. Similar to Disetronic's Tender.
  18. (Silhouette) An outline drawing of a person, usually in profile and filled in with shadow. Most silhouettes were made of the head only, but these were by no means the only sort made.
  19. (Silhouette) Electronic cutting tool that connects to your computer, allowing you to cut fonts and image in cardstock.
  20. (Silhouette) Eliminating the background from behind an object in a photograph or piece of art.
  21. (Silhouette) Outline or contour of figure or garment.
  22. (Silhouette) Portions of an image (usually the background) are removed to bring out the shape of a major element in the image.
  23. (Silhouette) Range of profile spots made by CCT Lighting.
  24. (Silhouette) Refers to the shape of a garment (i.e. bootleg, relaxed, skinny, low-rise, cargo…)
  25. (Silhouette) The area between the contours of a shape.