brow noun

1 eyebrow

ADJ. dark, heavy | bushy, shaggy | winged | delicate | sardonic She raised a sardonic brow.

VERB + BROW arch, raise She arched a brow when she saw the bill. | draw together, knit He knitted his brows in concentration.

BROW + VERB lift, rise | twitch | draw together, snap together His brows snapped together ferociously when he heard the remark.

2 forehead

ADJ. broad, wide | furrowed He stared at the visitors beneath a furrowed brow. | stern | weary | damp, perspiring, sweating | fevered

VERB + BROW mop, wipe | furrow, pucker, wrinkle She wrinkled her brow thoughtfully.

BROW + VERB crease, furrow, pucker, wrinkle His brow furrowed as he racked his brains over the question. | clear For a while she looked puzzled; then her brow cleared. | darken His brow darkened in anger.

PREP. across your ~ His shaggy grey hair fell loosely across his brow. | from your ~ She brushed back a stray lock of hair from her brow. | over your ~ His hair fell over his brow as he turned his head.

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