Definition of eyebrow
: the ridge over the eye or the hair growing usually in a line or arch on the skin over it
Recent Examples of eyebrow from the Web
Hampton was shot in the torso and leg, and Goodwin was shot under the right eye and the bullet exited above his left eyebrow.
But Blankfein’s Twitter debut was one of the most eyebrow-raising responses.
Destenay's omission wasn't the only incident from President Trump's international tour that raised eyebrows.
So, despite an eyebrow-raising Instagram photo, the waiting game continues.
The relationship between the Missouri Senate’s leader and an emissary for one of the state’s most prolific political donors is raising eyebrows in the statehouse.
But the way Duffy's health situation came to light could raise some eyebrows.
A after two lousy starts, a move that raised eyebrows among those who think management is misusing the 20-year-old by bouncing him back and forth.
Moore’s devilish smile and famously cocked eyebrow made his Bond a more polished, albeit less pugnacious, chap than former bodybuilder Connery’s robust warrior.
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First Known Use of eyebrow
EYEBROW Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eyebrow for English Language Learners
: the line of hair that grows over your eye
EYEBROW Defined for Kids
Definition of eyebrow for Students
: the arch or ridge over the eye : the hair on the ridge over the eye
Medical Definition of eyebrow
: the ridge over the eye or hair growing on it—called also brow
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