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monobrow

Line breaks: mono|brow
Pronunciation: /ˈmɒnə(ʊ)braʊ
 
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Definition of monobrow in English:

noun

informal
A pair of eyebrows that meet above the nose, giving the appearance of a single eyebrow: his wealth and cool outweigh his potato head and monobrow
More example sentences
  • She does have a mustache and a monobrow, but the main thing is how irritatingly she begs for love.
  • But then I realised that he too had a monobrow, and was getting a bit fancy with his facial hair.
  • One of them, a large man with a monobrow, hugged me and told me how much he loved our president.

Derivatives

monobrowed

1
adjective
Example sentences
  • He is billed as ‘one of Croatia's greatest pop composers’, though in reality he's a slightly confused-looking monobrowed gentleman.
  • I developed a slightly hysterical giggle as we entered the Mausoleum, but the monobrowed guard soon shhhhhed me into submission.
  • Yards of emergency tape, velvet cordon and monobrowed guards cut the butler off from his queue of about 100 fans.

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