domed forehead


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domed forehead

bulging of the forehead; in the newborn it is usually indicative of congenital hydrocephalus or of achondroplastic disease as in dwarfism. See also meningocele.
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Gwyneth Lewis, the author of the bilingual inscription sculpted on the huge domed forehead of the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff, said she was overawed by the sense of occasion and admits the 'ink is still wet' on her latest work, one that she describes as a 'throw away' piece of art.
No fewer were his friends in the community of artists, many of whom found him an irresistible subject of portraits, what with his high, domed forehead and chiseled features.
The Whip also thought he saw three people trying to bid up the price of a picture of Hague in which his domed forehead was highly prominent.