Recent Examples of eyebrow from the Web
In the years since Rossi visited that Italian clinic, TMS has attracted interest among a small cadre of researchers and physicians who are using it to target cocaine addiction, even as skeptics raise their eyebrows.
Big eye, and stick nose, no eyebrows and pinky face, and my lips were also up and down, open.
In Hinduism, the third eye — located in the center of your forehead, between your eyebrows — functions as a window between the intuitive part of your brain and the outside world, says Willard.
With his gently sloped mouth and perpetually arched eyebrows, Flake wears a default expression that might be described as resting troubled and saddened face.
But even at the time, Rohrabacher’s 2016 Moscow trip raised eyebrows among U.S. officials, particularly at the State Department.
A Republican stalwart with a low-key style and reputation for caution, his decision to publicly torpedo the latest Senate GOP plan to overhaul health care raised eyebrows.
Fifty Shades of Grey’ movie is bound to raise eyebrows.
That’s raised eyebrows over the involvement of the armed forces in a civilian legal matter.
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