uni·​brow ˈyü-nə-ˌbrau̇ How to pronounce unibrow (audio)
: a single continuous brow resulting from the growing together of eyebrows

Examples of unibrow in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web In a recent interview with InStyle, the American Horror Story star, 32, opened up about becoming comfortable with body hair after being teased for having a unibrow as a child. Ingrid Vasquez, Peoplemag, 16 Sep. 2023 That’s about as common as having blue eyes, dimples or a unibrow. Matt Hrodey, Discover Magazine, 27 Mar. 2023 Not many people can pull off a unibrow. Chris Hachey, BGR, 15 June 2021 While there's all manner of lighting inside the cabin and out, including the unibrow between the headlights, Volkswagen neglected to illuminate key volume and climate controls on the center stack. Dave Vanderwerp, Car and Driver, 10 Mar. 2023 Video in the darkened galleries pop with hues of blue, blood red, marigold, leaf green — and a woman with a unibrow. Dallas News, 7 Apr. 2022 The creative strategist Zara Rahim started consulting with Sacks to grow her unibrow. Mattie Kahn, Town & Country, 9 Aug. 2022 Baby unibrow makes this little Frida Kahlo the most adorable artist of all time. Cameron Jenkins, Good Housekeeping, 17 May 2022 But there was one guy who spent an entire quarter screaming at the bench about Anthony Davis’s unibrow. Louis Cheslaw and Daniel Varghese, Curbed, 9 Dec. 2021 See More

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Word History

First Known Use

1988, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of unibrow was in 1988

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“Unibrow.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unibrow. Accessed 4 Oct. 2023.

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