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brow

 [brow]
the forehead, or either lateral half of it.

brow

(brow),
1. The eyebrow.
2. Synonym(s): forehead
[A.S. brū]

brow

(brou)
n.
a. The superciliary ridge over the eyes.
b. The eyebrow.
c. The forehead.

brow

The aftmost part of the forehead.

brow

(brow)
1. The eyebrow.
See: eyebrow
2. Synonym(s): forehead.
[A.S. brū]
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