- 1A photograph of a person’s face made for an official purpose, especially police records: when shown mugshots, the victim was unable to recognize anyoneMore example sentences
- The facial recognition system needs pictures from at least five different angles, and given that the Metropolitan Police doesn't handle mugshots that way, you can see the problem.
- Since then, police have distributed mugshots to mosques and boarding houses across West Java and set up road blocks.
- James Brown has been arrested for domestic violence - check out the police mugshot.
- 1.1 • humorous Any photograph of a person’s face: a mugshot on the book’s cover shows the authorMore example sentences
- You can't tell how much money someone makes by their mugshot.
- FIFA are celebrating a century of international football by hosting a special photographic exhibition of soccer star mugshots in what used to be the Museum of Mankind.
- But the long and the short of it was, Nadine, Chazen and I all had 2 Polaroids taken and then, to ice that cake of vanity, we got editorial choice over which one became our official Big Board mugshot.
More definitions of mugshotDefinition of mugshot in:
- The US English dictionary