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mug shot

noun as in photo of suspect's head

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Usually, it uploaded mug shots of residents arrested on charges of trespassing or drug possession.

Many of the documents have mug shots and pictures taken off social media showing people flashing gang signs.

Traditional facial recognition systems only compare photos to official photos from driver’s licenses, passports or jail mug shots.

Last month, Vice published mug shots of women arrested in Australia also modified by Loughrey, both by adding color and changing facial expressions to show some of them smiling.

Maybe more importantly, if you click over to look at the image search results, there are no mug shots.

From Fortune

To this day, Bush media maven Roger Ailes adamantly denies that he or the campaign had any role in the Willie Horton mug shot ad.

Beside the mug shot of McCollum was one of a man named Wayne Laws.

When he turned himself in, he wore a smirk in his mug shot, and then he went out for ice cream with reporters in tow.

After getting his mug shot taken, for example, he went out for ice cream.

In fact, after the mug shot was taken this week, Perry immediately went out for ice cream, which he boasted about on Twitter.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mug shot, such as: mug, close up, head shot, identification photo, identification photograph, and passport photo.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.