- 1. the dark shape and outline of someone or something visible against a lighter background, especially in dim light: "she paused to see its silhouette against the dimming sky"
- 1. cast or show (someone or something) as a dark shape and outline against a lighter background: "the castle was silhouetted against the sky"
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- sil·hou·ette 1. A drawing consisting of the outline of something, especially a human profile, filled in with a solid color. 2. An outline that appears dark against a light background. See Synonyms at outline.
silhouette: [noun] a likeness cut from dark material and mounted on a light ground or one sketched in outline and solidly colored in.
sil•hou•ette (ˌsɪl uˈɛt) n., v. -et•ted, -et•ting. n. 1. a two-dimensional representation of the outline of an object, as a person's profile, filled in with black or another color. 2. the outline or general shape of something. 3. a dark image outlined against a lighter background. v.t. 4. to show in or as if in a silhouette.
silhouette noun Synonyms of silhouette (Entry 1 of 2) a line that traces the outer limits of an object or surface cartoonists often try to give their characters recognizable silhouettes Synonyms for silhouette contour, figure, outline silhouette verb Synonyms of silhouette (Entry 2 of 2) to draw or make apparent the outline of
Oct 13, 2010 · silhouette A shooting game sponsered by the NRA where shooters shoot silhouettes of Chickens, Pigs, Turkeys, and Rams at distances ranging from 40 meters to 500 meters, depending on the game being played. It is a timed event and normally the shooters have a "30 second Ready" and then two minutes to shoot 5 targets.