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  • EN [ braʊ]
  • US [ braʊ]

English definition


  • 1. the part of the face above the eyes

  • 2. the arch of hair above each eye

  • 3. the peak of a hill;

    • "the sun set behind the brow of distant hills"

Example sentences

  • Sweat stood on his brow.

  • Stannis furrowed his brow. " I was told that the wet nurse was this man Craster's wife. "

  • He earns his living by the sweat of his brow.

  • The bread you eat is obtained by the sweat of your father's brow.

  • This feel only the upper heart, but time of brow!

  • Unplug brow can give birth to cancer?

  • Despite his tranquility, a somewhat heavy brow speaks temper.

  • Mei did not weep. She only bit her lips, and the furrow in her brow deepened.

  • The old farmer wiped the sweat off his brow.

  • Care sat heavy on his brow.

  • His brow corrugated with the effort of thinking.

  • He furrowed his brow in thought.

  • He mopped his brow.

  • Hurstwood's brow was wet.

  • His rain hat would be pulled down over his brow.

  • His shaggy grey hair fell loosely across his brow.

  • Perspiration started out on his brow.

  • Local agency to do some fire, some places families brow sing.

  • He had a feverish brow.

  • The years have set their mark on his brow.

  • I have no brow of such a pedagogical tone.

  • He wiped the sweat from his brow with his hands.

  • The nurse mopped his fevered brow.

  • His hair fell over his brow instead of being brushed straight back.

  • Fatigue and stress quickly result in a dull complexion and a furrowed brow.

  • She wrinkled her brow inquisitively.

  • My bank manager furrowed his brow, fingered his calculator and finally pronounced "Aha!"

  • In a moment he was seated, diagonally opposite her, brow furrowed.

Meaning of brow

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