from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. An image of a person constructed out of bits of photographs of other people; a facial composite.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

From the British Police force's Photokit system for constructing facial composites


  • Music exec: The one that looks like a photofit of Cheryl Cole based on an unreliable description.

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  • Princess Diana's ghost was hovering over both "princess events", possibly conjured up by scary photofit accompanying a recent Newsweek article by Tina Brown.

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  • Police then renewed their appeals and released a photofit of the prime suspect.

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  • Trailer highpoints for me included the “Pit and the Pendulum Power Tool” business, the black and white flash back to the woman “from over the road” for those of you not paying attention, and the amusing photofit sketches.

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  • And they already have a photofit of you up on the telly for attempted murder.

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  • The photofit, no offence meant, looks like Bible Dave with a beard!

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  • Jessica Alba as Max can be best summed up by a scene in 'Out' 1.09 when they are trying to make a photofit of her:Evil guy: Make the lips fuller.

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  • ` You want me to do a photofit for you, is that it? ff

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  • When I explained that I was a journalist, I was unconvincingly told in broken English that I looked like a "picture on a wall" of a rioter in Davos, which I took to mean I looked like some sort of photofit picture.

    The Guardian World News

  • Known only by a photofit, he is seen in many circles as a Robin Hood figure, who managed to outwit both the US government and a major corporation.

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