The profile of or silhouette made by a roof or series of roofs.(noun)
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Use "roofline" in a sentence
"That plunging roofline, which is described as "coupe-like" by Naza/GM doesn't seem to come at the cost of headroom."
"We also understand that the seamlessness cannot stop at the roofline, which is why our Sole Power Tile (TM) will be sold and installed by US Tile-certified contractors."
""This car wears about as fresh and handsome a suit of clothes as a four-door sedan can … The roofline is a single sweeping curve from front pillar to rear," and the chrome band across the grille is "repeated in back" with a broad chrome band along the trunk lid, "attests Automedia."