Main Entry: vi·gnette
Pronunciation: \vin-ˈyet, vēn-\
Etymology: French, from Middle French vignete, from diminutive of vigne vine
1 : a running ornament (as of vine leaves, tendrils, and grapes) put on or just before a title page or at the beginning or end of a chapter; also : a small decorative design or picture so placed
2 a : a picture (as an engraving or photograph) that shades off gradually into the surrounding paper b : the pictorial part of a postage stamp design as distinguished from the frame and lettering
3 a : a short descriptive literary sketch b : a brief incident or scene
It's 45 degrees and clear. The rain of last night has moved out. The high today should reach 70.